Modern Painters (magazine)

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Modern Painters
Modern Painters (June 2007 magazine cover).jpg
Editor in Chief Daniel Kunitz
Frequency 11 issues per year
Publisher Louise Blouin Media
Founder Peter Fuller
Year founded 1987

Modern Painters is a monthly art magazine published in New York City by Louise Blouin Media. The magazine is published eleven times a year.


Louise Blouin Media is the third owner of the magazine, which was launched in England in 1987 by the art critic Peter Fuller,[1] who served as editor until his death in an automobile accident in 1990. Fuller's associate editor, Karen Wright, acquired the title from its original backers, who included Bernard Jacobson of Bernard Jacobson Gallery and David Landau, founder and then editor of the scholarly journal, Print Quarterly.[citation needed] Wright was retained for a short period in a consultancy capacity when the magazine was purchased by its present owners in the early 2000s and its publishing operation was brought to New York City.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Jones, Jonathan (13 May 1999). "This man made Britart what it is. He would have hated it". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 September 2012. 

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