Weighing over two pounds and containing over three-hundred pages of original, curated work, zingmagazine is an under-appreciated epic.
Characterized as a "curatorial
crossing", this big fat US art mag freeze-frames one of the most
significant culture industries in the world. It's stuffed with ads,
reproductions of original work, reviews, listings, interviews, and personal
zingmagazine: The artist Devon Dikeou's quarterly magazine calls itself a "curatorial crossing" taking its cue from Artforum
to present artists' projects on the page.
Thank you for putting out a unique magazine.
Everything is possible as long as both Big and zingmagazine (American
conceptual, artistic, fashionable publications) are prominently displayed
on the coffee table.
Paved with 250 pages, zing is the most artistic of the American
Artist Organized Art likes Zingmagazine because it only comes out when it wants to. It has no need to bow to any periodic release schedule. This issue is thoughtful, edgy as always, and elegant. No borders, no boundaries, no reviews. 28 curatorial projects flow seamlessly from one to the next, layed out with over 300 pages of quality print. This is the biggest and best issue I've seen Devon put out yet.
After a lengthy absence, in which our lives did seem slightly less full, Zingmagazine returns with a brand-spankin' new volume! And what do they have included with his issue? Not just a CD, but a cassette tape! Retro-revolutionary!
zingmagazine looks really, really great. I'm impressed, really
I am . . . an excellent job. Groovy. Fierce.
A friend showed me some of your recommendations, and they are GREAT! It's so hard to find out where to go and what to see in New York, there's just
I just discovered zingmagazine in my neighborhood magazine shop,
what a nice surprise. It's great to find a magazine that's truly
interesting, beautifully designed, and fat.
Hipsters dig 'zines like Big, Very, zing, Nest, and aRude -- an
alphabet soup of stylishly out-there magazines, peeking out of Vuitton
totes coast to coast.
zingmagazine may not be on every newsstand out there but its
well worth hunting for.
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