Magazines are brilliant. Little bundles of paper filled with countless ideas and images and writing. I grew up reading magazines way more than books, from Time and The Beano to Kerrang! and Guitar World and then all sorts of niche art things as I got older. They’re places of comfort and safety and distraction for me, something I turn to when everything feels a little overwhelming and scary, and I’m willing to bet they’re something similar for you. So what better way to distract ourselves from these whackadoodle times than with a selection of amazing art publications that you can get sent right to your door. When the world feels a little crazy, and your eyes are sore from too much TV and your brain isn’t ready for the commitment of a book, magazines might just be the friend you need.
London art magazines to get you through self-isolation
Missing the galleries? Desperate for some arty eye-fuel? Here are some great London-based art magazines to see you through these weird times
It does what it says on the tin, and it does it really damn well. The British Journal of Photography is your one-stop shop for all of your photography needs, filled with gorgeous features and in-depth looks at some of the best snappers ever to have wielded a camera.
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