For those who like critical and appreciative analysis of art, the coming of new publications is always a reason for joy. For over a century, culture-oriented magazines have been adding volumes to the increasing heritage of the nations’ collective memory.

In the Latin American and Caribbean realm, they have equally basked in the limelight of recognition and have even prompted the emergence of avant-garde movements for they have provided theoretical support to them since the 1920s.

A majority of printed cultural magazines now have their own websites, a decision that dramatically enhances the impact of its message or editorial proposal. Even some of them only exist in cyberspace.

Connect-art zeroes in on the most important Web-based art magazines, those that guarantee a steady flow of information all across the planet, bringing timely and qualitative updates and appraisals as premises for the promotion of today’s contemporary art and culture.


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