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Publisher:ART & DEAL

Category:Art

Language:English

Frequency:Monthly

Magazine Description: Art & Deal , the Art monthly have progressively brought the best of the art world coverage from national and international art scene since 1998. Magazine has grown from its nascent stage to be a definitive international source of commentary and analysis of contemporary art & culture.
Our effort has been to offer a direct and uncompromising approach to exploring art in every aspect along with painting, sculpture, photography, print, new media, installation, cinema , books, architecture & design. A magazine with serious commitments to make art reach the homes of masses. Our fresh incisive writing not only reports on but helps to define and shape important events and trends in the art world. It provides a visually dynamic and empathetic voice to both readers, steeped in the art world and those just entering it.
Art & Deal enlightens and pampers their interest providing them intrinsic knowledge-base hence, considered to be a must-read for all art enthusiasts.
Its mission is to connect individual voice with community by exploring relationship between artists and writers and the content of their work through interview, essay, and profile. It seeks out the remote avenues of visual culture for an interdisciplinary dialogue between contemporary critical theory and art practices.

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