Zingmagazine

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Zingmagazine
Editor Devon Dikeou
Categories Art, alternative
Frequency Quarterly[1]
Publisher Zing, LLC
Year founded 1995
Country United States
Language English
Website Official site
ISSN 1094-5563

zingmagazine is a reverent contemporary art magazine founded in 1995 by artist Devon Dikeou.[2] zing is a quarterly, black-and-white magazine.[1] Its first issue contained projects by Kenny Schachter, Gordon Tapper, Ed Web, Gregory Volk, Donald Fergusson, Michael Corris, Amy Sillman, and Susan Robinson, and ran about 100 pages.

zing is now printed in color and has reached about 400 pages. Its curated projects have featured a variety of artistic mediums, including illustration, architecture, fashion, graphic design, music, painting, drawing, fiction, poetry, and critical reviews. Artists previously featured in zingmagazine include Kenneth Goldsmith, Rainer Ganahl, Spencer Finch, Zac Posen, Robert Antoni, Uscha Pohl, the Royal Art Lodge and, solo, Marcel Dzama.

Based in Manhattan's SoHo, the company also publishes books, CDs, posters, and other special projects. zingmagazine is affiliated with the Dikeou collection in Denver, a non-profit contemporary art collection started by Devon Dikeou and her brother Pany.[1]


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