Art Papers

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Editor Sylvie Fortin
Categories Art magazines
Frequency bimonthly
Circulation 180,000 annually
First issue February 1977
Company n/a
Country United States
Language English
ISSN 0278-1441

ART PAPERS is a non-profit bimonthly magazine about contemporary art. Established in 1975 by artist Julia A. Fenton as Contemporary Art Southeast Magazine and changed in 1977 to the Atlanta Art Workers Coalition Ltd. Newsletter, ART PAPERS is the only critical arts magazine published in the Southeastern United States (Atlanta, GA). In 2007, ART PAPERS received a $110,000 grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation and was cited for Best Arts/Literary Coverage by The Utne Independent Press Awards.

ART PAPERS publishes six magazines a year, sponsors the ART PAPERS Live! lecture series and other events, runs an annual art auction, and offers critical writing workshops.

Artist and writer Mildred Thompson was an associate editor for the magazine beginning in 1987.

ART PAPERS also presents ART PAPERS LIVE!, the Premier Contemporary Art lecture series. Alumni of this program include Sam Durant, Laurent Grasso, Maria Lind, and more.

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