Art Papers

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Editor Victoria Camblin
Categories Art magazines
Frequency Bimonthly
Year founded 1976
First issue February 1977
Country United States
Based in Atlanta, Georgia
Language English
ISSN 0278-1441

ART PAPERS is an Atlanta-based bimonthly art magazine and non-profit organization dedicated to the examination of art and culture in the world today. Its mission is to provide an independent and accessible forum for the exchange of perspectives on the role of contemporary art as a socially relevant and engaged discourse. This mission is implemented through the publication of ART PAPERS magazine and the presentation of public programs.[1]

History and profile[edit]

ART PAPERS was established in 1976 as the internal newsletter (originally known as Atlanta Art Workers Coalition Newspaper) of the Atlanta Art Workers Coalition.[2] The AAWC was formed in 1976 under the premise to “promote, protect, and aid the visual artists of Atlanta through programs focused on the need of individual artists and art groups.” In addition to the newspaper, the coalition maintained other programs and publications: an Information Resource Center; the Coalition Gallery; and the Metro Atlanta Directory of Visual Arts. [3] In 1980, the newspaper was renamed Atlanta Art Papers and soon evolved into a publication to encourage the growth of art criticism in Georgia. Atlanta Art Papers became ART PAPERS in 1981 and has since developed into an internationally and nationally recognized platform for contemporary art document, experiment and criticism while also rooted in Southern identity. In addition to the bi-monthly magazine, ART PAPERS , as a non-profit organization, supports programming such as a live lecture series called ART PAPERS LIVE, an artist project commission series ART PAPERS LEARN, and an exhibitions program.[4] ART PAPERS has been a recipient of various grants and fellowships including the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.[5] The editor is Victoria Camblin who was the former editor of 032c.[2][6] The magazine is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.[2]

Notable Editor-in-Chiefs[edit]

  • Julia Fenton, Founding Editor (1975-1977)[7]
  • Laura Lieberman, Co-Founder and Editor (1977-1984)[8]
  • Dan R. Talley, Co-Founder and Editor (1980-1982)[9]
  • Sylvie Fortin (2004-2012), presently Executive and Artistic Director La Biennale de Montréal[10]
  • Victoria Camblin (2013-present)[11]

Notable Guest and Contributing Editors[edit]

  • Sarah Workneh, co-director at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
  • Fahamu Pecou, Visual/performing artist and scholar
  • Dushko Petrovich, painter and creator of Adjunct Commuter Weekly
  • Robert Wiesenberger, graphic design critic
  • Niels Van Tomme, curator, researcher and critic
  • Erin Dziedzic, contemporary art curator
  • Jerry Cullum, Visual art critic
  • Susan Morgan
  • Alex P. White, Malone art studio founder'
  • Nuit Banai, Art Historian and Critic
  • D. Eric Bookhardt, writer and art critic
  • Susan Canning, art historian, independent curator and critic
  • Michael Fallon, arts writer
  • Susan W. Knowles, independent curator
  • Jennie Klein, writer
  • Pil and Galia Kollectiv, artists and writers
  • Paul Krainak, painter and critic
  • David Moos, curator[12]

Notable Contributors[edit]


  1. ^ "ART PAPERS". Retrieved 2016-04-12. 
  2. ^ a b c "Art Papers: Terminus". Graham Foundation. Retrieved 26 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "Atlanta Art Workers Coalition records ahc.MSS887". Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  4. ^ "News Brief: ART PAPERS & Woodruff Arts Center Bring Home Funding, Ryan Gravel Joins City Design Project". ArtsATL. 2016-01-22. Retrieved 2016-04-28. 
  5. ^ "The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts - Awarded Grants". Retrieved 2016-04-28. 
  6. ^ Catherine Fox (21 October 2013). ""Art Papers" magazine hires Victoria Camblin as new editor and artistic director". ArtsATL. Archived from the original on 19 November 2015. Retrieved 26 December 2015. 
  7. ^ "Julia A. Fenton". Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  8. ^ "Laura Lieberman". Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  9. ^ "dan r talley". Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  10. ^ "Sylvie Fortin named Executive and Artistic Director of La Biennale de Montréal – BNL MTL, 2014. | Biennial Foundation". Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  11. ^ "ART PAPERS". Retrieved 2016-04-19. 
  12. ^ "ART PAPERS". Retrieved 2016-04-19. 

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