Archive for February 12, 2013
The sphere of journalism involves several different types of publications in numerous fields of interest, one of which being art. Journalism has a set of rules that involves logic, grammar, and entertainment value commonly used to impress readers. However, contemporary art magazines do not follow these rules of journalism, and there is a certain set of criteria that must be followed in order to be published in art magazines. Content should not be written to appease the general reader. In fact, it’s required of writes to avoid general writing at all cost when publishing articles for contemporary art magazines.
In most cases, there is absolutely no allowance for crossing over contemporary arts magazine with the mainstream press. Regardless, during the past few years there has been an increasing popularity of a mixture of media subculture of art magazines and the mainstream press. In fact, many publishing titans are convinced a lot of money can be made using contemporary art magazines. One of the main reasons why people are interested in art magazines involves the buying of art. Art buyers from around the world can subscribe to art magazines thanks to the internet, and subscribing is made easy via email.
A significant amount of changes have been made to contemporary art magazines over the years that have made them more attractive even for the those least interested in art. For example, celebrity interviews can be found on these magazines, as well as trending styles and forecasts of future art projects. There are several art magazines that can be easily found online. Using art sites, business directories, blogs, and social networking sites is a great way to find the best magazines that publish news and information every month about the world of art. Glamour is also being integrated in these magazines as well.