Now Available: Faculty-Selected Magazine and Journal Collection

The Visual Resources Center has expanded our reading materials with a fascinating, international collection of magazines and journals.  Stop by the VRC to read for your personal research and leisure!

This growing collection includes:

  • Apartamento (Barcelona) – Apartamento is widely recognized as today’s most influential, inspiring, and honest interiors magazine. International, well designed, simply written, and tastefully curated since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live.
    Selected by Pallavi Sen, Studio
  • Aperture (New York) – Founded in 1952, Aperture magazine is an essential guide to the world of contemporary photography that combines the finest writing with inspiring photographic portfolios.
    Selected by Catherine Howe, Art History
  • Ars Orientalis (Washington) – Each fall the Freer|Sackler publishes, with the University of Michigan, a journal of the latest research in art of the Middle East and Asia. The journal is a collection of scholarship that crosses academic disciplines and aims to connect researchers, institutions, and ideas using one central theme per volume.
    Selected by Murad Mumtaz, Art History
  • The Funambulist (Paris) – A print+online magazine that engages with the politics of space and bodies. Through articles, interviews, artworks, and design projects, the Funambulist is assembling an ongoing archive for anticolonial, antiracist, queer, and feminist struggles.
    Selected by Laylah Ali, Studio
  • Marg (Mumbai) – Founded in 1946, Marg magazine has consistently published original research on Indian art and culture, combining scholarly analysis with high-quality, evocative images.
    Selected by Pallavi Sen, Studio
  • Terremoto (Mexico City) – Terremoto is a communication platform dedicated to contemporary art in and around Mexico City and the American continent with a specific focus on the South: from the border states of MX and USA to Central & South America and the Caribbean.
    Selected by Ondine Chavoya, Art History
  • X-TRA (Los Angeles) – X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly is an independent visual arts journal that focuses on criticism and conversation about contemporary art.
    Selected by Ondine Chavoya, Art History