Gallery & Studio
An International Art Journal
"One thing I learned from working with Andy Warhol, as one of the
original contributing editors of Interview, was that visual artists can
benefit from publicity just as much as the film stars and popular recording
artists I profiled for Rolling Stone. Certainly Andy's own career attests
Ed McCormack - Managing Editor Gallery & Studio
We're proud that Robert Storr, the former Museum of Modern Art curator
who was recently appointed dean of the Yale School of Art and chosen as commissioner
of the 2007 Venice Biennale, is among the distinguished art world professionals
who regularly read and respond to the reviews and features in Gallery&Studio.
We're also pleased that the New York Times and other major publications
often follow our lead, covering shows that we reviewed first in Gallery&Studio.
And naturally it was gratifying to be acknowledged as “a leading New York
art magazine” by the London Times in a feature article about how a favorable
review in Gallery&Studio launched the U.S. career of the British painter
However, our greatest satisfaction comes from discovering new talent. So what
pleases us most are the many appreciative messages we receive from emerging artists,
gallerists, and curators, telling us how coverage in Gallery&Studio has contributed
to the success of their exhibitions.
For unlike publications that gladly accept advertising dollars from all artists
yet only review those who are already well-known, Gallery&Studio makes a
regular practice of reviewing new as well as established artists. Because we
cover not only gallery and museum exhibitions but also open studio shows and
artist websites (an increasingly viable vehicle for making one’s work known
worldwide) every issue of Gallery&Studio creates a context of inclusion a
forum in which each and every artist can be judged on his or her own merits.
And because Gallery&Studio is available free of charge in galleries, museums,
book stores, hotels, restaurants, and other venues all around town, even new
advertisers start out with one foot already in the door of the New York art world.
Don't you think it’s time to contact us ad learn how we can give your
work maximum exposure among collectors, curators, critics, and others who really
should know about it?
We invite you to sample some of the features on our website and decide for yourself.
Jeannie McCormack - Editor and Publisher
Gallery & Studio
New York International Photography and Digital Art Contest
Deadline - December 18, 2016
Contest is open to all local, domestic, national and international
professional and amateur photographers and artists.
Early Submission $20 up to 3 pictures per
category, on or before November 25,
$30 after November 25. $10 each additional
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