Fine Line Magazine is a collectible publication dedicated to increasing the accessibility and visibility of contemporary fine art on an international level. It is an experiment in art appreciation and a measure of the times; a reformed approach to printed material that is both minimal and engaging.
USD 10.00 — Released 31 March 2012
Fine Line is now twice the length as previous issues and features three sections, ‘The Gallery’ (art, quotes and selected text as seen in previous issues), ‘The Installation’ (art generated for the magazine addressing the printed, bound page), and ‘The Stories’ (interviews and biographies with the artists).
For this issue, we are excited to be working with 826 Valencia, a non-profit youth writing center is San Francisco co-founded by author Dave Eggers. Selections of children’s writing will accompany the artwork, speaking to the theme of expectations in a unique way.
Featuring work by: Reiner Riedler (Vienna, Austria) Frauke Thielking (Lubbecke, Germany) Mary Iverson (Seattle, WA) Emily Grundon (London, England) Carlo Van de Roer (Brooklyn, NY via New Zealand) Samantha Casolari (Brooklyn, NY) Stephanie Jung (Schifferstadt, Germany) Marco Suarez (Greenville, SC)
88 pages 110# cover (300 gsm), matte finish 100# text (150 gsm), matte Perfect bound, 9” x 11”, Embossed front cover