ISSUE 33 [PRE-ORDER]
Beautiful Bizarre is the freshest contemporary art magazine for artists, designers, enthusiasts, collectors and galleries.
We are a unique quarterly that’s individual, creative and cool. If you love visual or wearable art, then you will love Beautiful Bizarre Magazine!
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Inside Issue 33 / Out 1 June 2021!
Exclusive In-Depth Interviews: Jeremy Mann [cover artist], Adrian Cox, Nick Alm, Matthew Stone
Collectors Profile: We speak to Andrew & Shawn Hosner [Owners & Directors of Thinkspace Projects] in LA, about their incredible collection of New Contemporary Art
Feature Articles: Steven Kenny [1st Prize Winner of the Traditional Art Award, 2019 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize], Super A, Mothmeister, Welder Wings, Nicole Evans, Lucio Carvalho, Heather Benjamin
Lookbook: Stunning full page reproductions of Miho Hirano’s paintings
Snapshot Q&A: Susan McDonnell [2nd Prize Winner of the 2020 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, Traditional Art Award], Max Sansing, Christina Mrozik, Adam Matano [3rd Prize Winner of the 2019 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, Sculpture Award], Amahi Mori, Kane Kokaris
Curators Wishlist: Kamram Bigdely, Founder of the Durmoosh Instagram account [237,000+ followers], shares what he would like to add to his personal collection
Artist + Artist: Artist couple, Carolynda & Alan Macdonald share an intimate conversation about life, love and creating together.
Some of our Favourite Things: We share some of our favourite wearable art brands including: Alon Livne Design, Ana Ljubinković, Cryptic Nine, Frida Barfod, Mishi May, and Zexian Liu
Join the Tribe: Our Instagram #beautifulbizarre community feature including @claretomsart, @danzollinger_art [shown], @gailpotocki, @madelinevonfoerster, @sabinepigalle, @melaamory, @sucresadique, @wencka.art
NOTE: Preorders close midnight 15 May 2021 [Sydney Australia time]. The magazine will be shipped to customers in late May for delivery around 1 June 2021. Timeframes differ depending on your country and delays may occur due to COVID.