New Magazines

Frieze Magazine - Issue 141
September 2011

Insightful, intelligent and exquisitely designed Frieze covers all that is vital in contemporary art. Europe's leading art magazine, it features emerging artists and highlights new currents in art practice as well as offering a fresh perspective on more established artists. Including exhibition reviews, interviews, city reports and world-wide listings, Frieze is essential reading for anyone interested in visual culture.
This issue:
  • To coincide with the publication of the 20th anniversary of Frieze, they've invited 20 of their cover artists back.
  • Theres a look at Ellen Willis's collected works
  • Frieze invited 15 artists and writers to discuss some of the significant music releases over the last 20 years
  • Theres a look back at some of the best books released since Frieze's inception

hap Magazine - Issue 58
August/September 2011

Satirical gentleman's quarterly The Chap has achieved cult status in its three short years of existence. Covering pressing issues of the day such as dressing for tennis, cufflink maintenance and Corby Trouser Press cuisine, The Chap takes a foppish stance against Loaded Lad-mag culture.  Rum coves and dapper gents across the land have finally been given the voice they deserve.

The Chap's August-September 2011 edition gets itself in the middle of what connects The Mods and The Fokkers - From Brighton beach to the Battle of Britain:

Architectural Review Magazine Issue 1375September 2011
The pages of Architectural Review are dominated by detailed and superbly illustrated reviews of contemporary buildings. Each issue features a collection of the very best architecture from across the globe, providing a rich source of ideas and inspiration for the professional architect. World renowned for its world-class photography, drawings and journalism, AR continues to be the only truly global architecture magazine and the one in which architects aspire to have their work published.
This months issue looks at underlining undersdtanding the present.
This issue also features WAF shortlist, Crab Studio, Sou Fujimoto and a Preview of work from around the world.


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