The Art Street Journal

In a world of diminishing print publications, The Art Street Journal is an inspiring example of how it can still be done.

Helmed by editor Elisa Carmichael, who runs the Carmichael Gallery in Los Angeles, the full-color newsprint magazine’s most recent number boasts a distribution base of 30,000 copies spread among 150 countries.

Each issue’s table of contents lists art show reviews sent in by volunteer writers, plus Q&As with artists, but interestingly the spotlight isn’t just on them. Galleries, auctions and art fairs make up the publication’s coverage too. In its regular section Backstage, The Art Street Journal provides a more rounded overview of the street and contemporary art world.

If you want to know more: Check out their website.

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