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Derek Guthrie, Founding Publisher (with Jane Addams Allen)

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Margaret Lanterman, Chicago Editor

Al Jirikowic, Washington Editor

Scott Turri, Pittsburgh Editor

Miklos Legrady, Toronto Editor

Liviana Martin, Milan Editor

Daniel Nanavati, European Editor

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Donald Kuspit, New York
Darren Jones, New York
John Steppling, Norway
George Care, UK
Frank Corrigan, Oxfordshire


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Kat Johnson
John Dunbar Kilburn
Jonathon Xavier Coudrille
Steve Harmann

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03/07/2020 1:56 pm

Dear Mr. Guthrie, I am writing a book about Narrative Painting in Baroda and I have interviewed quite a few people from India and UK you must be knowing in one or the other way. If not for your name being mentioned in Contemporary Art in Baroda (p. 270), I wouldn’t have been able to put your name into the picture. People are quite forgetful and I am very passionate about every detail. Is there any way, we could get in touch? Would you like to share your experience and thoughts on Baroda? I am sorry for posting this here.… Read more »

Suzanne Shafer-Wilson
05/05/2020 1:32 pm

I cannot find a link to cancel my subscription. I did not know it was on automatic renewal. Please unsubscribe me and refund my much needed cash. Thanks.

David Gibson
29/12/2019 2:28 pm

Dear Derek Guthrie,
I am doing some research on my father John Gibson’s earliest gallery location, 1534 North Wells, in 1961-1962. I don’t know where to find possible reviews or listings from that era. Was anyone reviewing exhibitions then? What galleries were in Chicago at the time? Was there even a gallery district?

Annie Markovich
17/12/2019 5:16 am

I haven’t read the article how the super-rich stole the art world. What would happen if artists had a strike? Creativity is not for sale.

Derek Guthrie
17/12/2019 9:47 am

Artists will never strike; there are other actions that could be taken. It’s the same problem as herding cats. Action needs to reform resale royalties; while musicians earn income when their music is replayed, artists naturally work for free and hope money may come along. Also, artists are passive in our society. The fire is dampened, in spite of revolutionary rhetoric that springs up from time to time.

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02/02/2019 10:14 am

I changed my mind

02/02/2019 10:17 am
Reply to  ANN ROSEN

Please confrm y subscription is cancelled.

Miklos Legrady
02/10/2019 9:25 pm

This thread reads like Shakespeare… or The Twilight Zone.

Will Prentis
03/10/2019 12:15 pm
Reply to  ANN ROSEN

Ms. Rosen,
Me thinks you don’t know what you’re missing. These guys must do something right with 500,000 readers. Maybe you need to go back to elementary school and re-learn the basics, like “y subscription”?

26/04/2018 10:34 pm

Do you cover art exhibitions in the American Northwest?

Don Matteson
09/03/2018 2:28 am

I just looked through your website. And read numerous articles. Has the writing, editing and copy editing always been this terrible? This isnt even high school level quality . . .

Mabel Skinner
09/03/2018 3:51 am
Reply to  Don Matteson

As an English teacher Don, may I make note of your error of “isnt”? It should be: isn’t.

Best regards,
Mabel Skinner

Agard Nilsson
06/02/2018 1:06 pm

I, too, would like to purchase the printed copy of the Jan/Feb 2018 issue. How can I do this? I am in Sweden. Thank you very much.

05/02/2018 12:33 pm

I would like to purchase the Jan/Feb 2018 issue. Would you tell me how to do this, please?
Thank you

Gustavo Lopez
11/09/2017 2:44 pm

I wanted to inquire on the ad spaces and digital banners on the website. thank you

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