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Volume 32 no 3 Jan/Feb 2018

In this issue:

Daniel Nanavati on how to use humour to close down the politically correct debate

Dhyano Angius, performance artist and philosopher, has the SPEAKEASY.

Chris Cutrone, School of the Art Institute, on why the Millennial Left is dead.

Derek Guthrie on why he left Chicago (interview with Paul Germanos)

Miklos Legrady on the celebriy chase Jerry Salz.

Tim Shaw, sculptor and writer, on his life in Cornwall (interview with Derek Guthrie)

Darren Jones, our New York reviewer takes time out to extol the scene in Dallas.

John Link, contributing editor, on the Expanded Print show at  Western Michigan University.

Liviana Martin on the altar piece, The Adoration of the Shepherds by Pietro Vannucci

Pendery Weekes looks at the recycling of bicycles in China – from the air.

Stephen Lee on Martin Puryear at the Parasol Unit

Scott Turri on the Mattress Factory’s 40th

Steve Luekcking on Anne Lindberg at Carrie Secrets Gallery

Mary Warren on Rebecca Warren at Tate St Ives inaugural show for the new gallery extension

and much more.

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  1. Alina Pichuskin

    From Russia with Love –
    Is the Russian art world being excluded from coverage by your magazine, just as the Olympics is excluding our athletes? Has Russian art been doped?
    I’d appreciate your opinion on this.

  2. Hi Alina,

    Can you tell me about what’s goinng on in your part of the world? What are some of the trends? Who are the Russian artists that you work with or write about? I’d be curious to know more about the Russian art scene.

  3. Hi, I’m trying to subscribe to New Art Examiner from Singapore and there seems to be some kind of incompatibility with the system; perhaps the problem is ours. Is there another payment route?
    Many thanks.

  4. Lane and Samantha

    We’re from Brisbane and trying to subscribe too, but just not possible from down here. Is there anyone out there?

  5. It is good to see support for the New Art Examiner coming out of Chicago again, the place of its birth. I hope this is a sign that at last the tide is turning and open and free discussion will grow in strength and purpose with the NAE at its helm and Derek Guthrie at the helm of the NAE.

  6. It really looks like New Art Examiner has had a total comeback; I knew NAE back in the 80s when my company went around the world to many of the art fairs, and then for a few years I had difficulty finding it. Now it’s just about everywhere I look online. It’s really being talked about in art circles internationally. Well done NAE!

  7. Daichi Tanaka

    I wondered if you could help me please. We have been trying to take out an advertisement with the New Art Examiner for the March/April 2018 issue, but can’t seem to get an answer from anyone. Are we still in time to do so? If not, when is the next cut-off date for advertisements?

    Thank you and regards,

    Japan Fine Art Osaka

  8. Leslie Commons

    With people reading less and less today, we’re wondering how you have such high readership numbers for an art magazine.

    • So are we amazed. We were aware of the pressure to dumb down. We can only hope that art can regain its status as an activity, as a pursuit, for informed and enlightened creativity?

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