Excerpt Magazine

Excerpt is a free quarterly online magazine that is centred on photo-based practice and challenges the archetypal magazine structure by constructing new formats.  In the current issue, 30 photo-media artists were invited to visually respond to the front cover by Izabela Pluta.

This second issue could be regarded as visual pressed against visual, to get us closer to what others see in an image. This has created an exhibition within a magazine and a discussion written with pictures.

Hasisi Park - Untitled

Anahita Avalos - Untitled

Editor Amy Marjoram says, “We approach each issue as a new creative challenge and wanted to start 2012 with this incredible selection of images that resonate together before returning to a mixed format for the rest of the year.” She adds, “With Issue 2, through a wordless premise, the magazine inhabits the very openness that keeps us looking at and taking images.”

Contributors include: John Alexander, Anahita Avalos, Stuart Bailey, Thomas Bonfert, Caitlin Burkhart, Kel Glaister, Tatiana Grigorenko, Harrison Haynes, Kotoe Ishii, Thomas Kalak, Charis McKittrick, Stacy Arezou Mehrfar, Miriam O’Connor, Flemming Ove Bech, Hasisi Park, Izabela Pluta, Patrick Pound, Kiron Robinson, Laura Rodari, Zoe Scoglio, Ilya Schtutza, George Schwarz, Daniel von Sturmer, Koo Sung Soo, Linda Tegg, Inez de Vega, David Wadelton, Lee Walton, Jennifer Williams, Kit Wise & Keith Wong.

info courtesy of press release provided by Excerpt Magazine. The current issue can be viewed here.




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