The art magazine for contemporary photography and new media, founded in 1980. Published and edited by Andreas Müller-Pohle.





We showcase work that tackles big subjects, issues that shape the human experience. Loupe is not a photography magazine written by photographers, we commission articles by experts on each theme to explore and contextualise the projects we feature. In the landscape of photography magazines, Loupe is unique. Published bi-annually.



10 issues a year with portfolios, essays, reviews, interviews, reports and current information on the photography scene: exhibitions, festivals, fairs, symposia, associations, awards and competitions, training and studies, etc. PHOTO NEWS is available in specialist bookshops and railway station, in museums and galleries, as well as kiosks in selected directly by subscription. The magazine is published since 1989.



DAMN° IS AN INTERNATIONAL (RE)VIEW ON CONTEMPORARY CULTURE. DAMn° is an independent publication with an open-minded view on the interchangeable worlds of design, architecture and art.



Photo Raw is the voice of a photographer. Explore photography from all around the world: documentary, photojournalism and art. Be inspired and keep your eyes wide open. Published in Helsinki, Finland.



PhotoKlassik hat die aktuelle analoge Fotografie zum Thema und erscheint vier Mal im Jahr, ganz klassisch und hochwertig gedruckt.


Kameras fürs Fotografieren, Filme, Entwickler und Entwicklung, Fotopapiere, Fotochemie, dazu fundiertes Dunkelkammer-Know-how, alternative Prozesse, Edeldruckverfahren, Anregungen, Verrücktes und Vernünftiges ... vom Albumindruck bis zum Zonensystem ist alles Analoge ein Thema. Nicht dogmatisch, aber mit Ambitionen.



BLOW Photo magazine, Ireland's new photography magazine is now on sale from Inspirational Arts. Launched to coincide with PhotoFestival Ireland, it features a mix of emerging and established, Irish and international photographers. This first special issue was rushed into publication to coincide with Ireland's first international photography festival, PhotoIreland Festival 2010.


Fraction Magazine features the best of contemporary photography, bringing together diverse bodies of work by established and emerging artists from around the globe. Each monthly on-line issue focuses on a central theme, creating an implicit dialogue between differing photographic perspectives. Fraction also offers in-depth photography book reviews. For his outstanding work, David Bram, Fraction's editor and publisher, was selected as the 2010 recipient of the Griffin Museum's Rising Star Award. Fraction was founded in March 2008 by David Bram and Joshua Spees.



Ahorn is an online magazine dedicated to contemporary photography, directed and edited by Daniel Augschoell and Anya Jasbar. The principal aim is to give to our readers a tool to know what's happening in contemporary photography, and to offer emerging photographers an interesting place to bring their work to a wider audience.




Vidvinkel magazine is a biannual art photography magazine. It is based in Stockholm and features photographers from mainly Sweden but currently also Finland, Italy, England and USA. Vidvinkel magazine is produced by the agency and curator group Vidvinkel, meaning wide angel. The photography offers a space for personal reflection, memories, stories, contemplation and sharing of experiences as well as conceptual image creation. The format is a printed gallery and we represent a site for a blend of established and new interesting art photography





Soura Magazine is a quarterly publication recognized in circles of art, design and photography. Being the platform to many artists and talents around the globe, every issue Soura showcases cutting-edge photographers, innovative techniques, imaging products and latest technology. Soura Magazine today is acknowledged to be the only photography magazine from the Middle East to the world.




Yvi Magazine is a new English-language art magazine published in the Netherlands. Each issue of Yvi Magazine focuses on a central (social) theme seen from the perspective of art. A wide range of artistic visions on a pertinent social theme are brought together in the form of photography, design, architecture and visual art. Yvi Magazine is published twice a year.





SHOTS Magazine is an independent, reader-supported, quarterly journal of fine art photography in its 23rd year of publication. SHOTS is known for its democratic presentation of work by a variety of photographers from around the world. Often described as a “photographer’s photography magazine”, SHOTS reaches a wide audience that includes not only photographers, but also educators, gallery directors, museums and others interested in photography.




SuperMassiveBlackHole is dedicated to the photographic imagery resulting from the time-based processes found in many interdisciplinary art practices today. The magazine seeks to engage and represent respective projects and ideas which utilise Photography, New Media and Performance. Fine Artists are encouraged to engage with the magazine as a way of exhibiting, testing, developing and experimenting with new (or old) ideas whether it is through a single image or a structured project.




CV Ciel Variable aims to identify and examine leading practices and movements in contemporary artistic photography. The magazine is particularly interested in photographic practices that share the ground with other contemporary art processes, and engage in reflections on the photographic media, its’ position and its’ impact within present-day, global culture. Produced in Montreal, Ciel Variable is the only bilingual photography magazine in Canada. Published quarterly and in full colour, Ciel Variable prints bilingual essays and exhibition reviews in the author’s preferred language, whether it be English or French.




Kantor Berita MES 56 is e-magazine photography. Commissioned by Ruang MES 56 which started since the end of 2008. Kantor Berita MES 56 is a cutting-edge space to update how extensively contemporary photography has developed and varied in a quite short period. The expanded scale of contemporary photography was really the thing that gave birth to this on-line space. The fast pace of change and the incredibly various activities are what particularly concern the building of Kantor Berita MES 56; ideally, it aims to be an interactive, attention-grabbing, endless and unlimited interchange of visual and even non-visual ideas in the means of photography. The main goal of Kantor Berita MES 56 is merely to be a unique tool to share chosen news in the context of contemporary photography.


100 EYES


100Eyes is an online photographic showcase featuring contemporary photography including documentary, art, and journalistic photography. Edited by Andy Levin, 100Eyes is made possible by the generosity of photographers who donate their work in the spirit of a shared photographic community.




British Journal of Photography is published in the UK by Incisive Media. The magazine is published monthly and has a circulation of 8,015 copies.Established in 1854, British Journal of Photography is the world's longest-running photography magazine. Published weekly from 1864, on 3rd March 2010 British Journal of Photography re-launched with a sleek new look and an injection of new editorial sections, returning to its original monthly roots.




Lunatic gives the opportunity to photographers to promote original stories and images. It also aims to provide space for creative work within photojournalism. Lunatic is bi-annual online photo magazine presenting new work from known and unknown talented photographers from all around the world.




Vewd is a documentary photography magazine that aims to continue the tradition of storytelling through an ever evolving visual medium. Launched in early 2008, Vewd is committed to bringing to the forefront versatile essays from up and coming but largely unknown photographers throughout the world. The photographs on Vewd and their accompanying stories show the complexity of this world we live in today in a way that mainstream media fails to.




F-STOP MAGAZINE is an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers from around the world. Each issue has a theme or an idea that the unites the photographs to create a dynamic dialogue among the artists.




C International Photo Magazine attempts to promote discussion, foster the creation of contemporary photography and explores the developments that have shaped the art of photography over the course of its history. It also presents an eclectic overview of contemporary trends. Its editorial mission is to focus on the most engaging photographic works being created today, drawn from all cultures and subjects, and where talent is the only criterion for inclusion.




According to the Persian vocabulary "Dide" means "eye", "glance", " being seen". But for us, Dide, is the name of an electronic monthly magazine published in both Farsi and English, and its main goal for the first year is to be able to emphasize on notable works of Iranian photography. Each issue of Dide will focus on displaying one project, along with words and texts by photographers and critics. We are hopefully trying to depict the variety that identifies contemporary photography.




Besides excellent photographic portfolios PHOTO International features technical trends, reviews and offers a wide variety of fashion, advertising, architecture and fine art photography.




FANTOM with an F, is a new international publication about the uses and abuses of photography. It is about the art of capturing timed effects of light. For practitioners and professionals by professional practitioners, FANTOM enframes its content in sectors: EYE TO EYE where photographers converse; SAMPLE SIZE with ready made discoveries by excellent eyes; BY APPOINTMENT ONLY offered by a collector or about a collection; EYE OF THE BEHOLDER, where gallerists celebrate the time based talents they expose and trade; and MEANS TO AN END surveying the unintentional surprises of purposeful image production, i.e. scientific, commercial, surveillance, documentary and the like. Herein the vernacular can take precedence over the artistic and visa versa depending on the value not of a discourse that comes after the image but allowing pictures to lead the discussions. A voyage into photography, FANTOM will orient readers and viewers in the scaled horizons drawn by photography and those who critique, exhibit, collect, occupy and emulate it. Found, forgotten and not yet discovered, first and foremost FANTOM features the voice of photographers, in interviews, portfolios, and statements alongside the often silent but rarely without a voice medium of Fotography.




»DER GREIF« displays a completely unrestricted medium which creates space for notion and content of photographers, journalists, designers, writers and art-interested people.

»DER GREIF« is an ad-free photo magazine which shows pictures of all kinds on newsprint.

»DER GREIF« combines everything with an aesthetic appeal between abstract and journalistic photography. The pictures are accompanied by poems and short stories of young authors.

Every creator of pictures or littérateur, be it a professional or an amateur, is able to deposit his work to the editorial staff. »DER GREIF« combines the sent material and creates a total artwork.




Bite! is produced by a small team. We don’t know everybody and can really use your help in expanding our network.

Bite! magazine presents one photographer – by showcasing a full slideshow – every day. Featured artists are selected by renowned guest curators. Bite! is a stage for emerging talent, with a special focus on photographers from Asia, Africa and South America.




Visuramagazine is an online photography magazine dedicated to the voice of the artist, contemporary photography, international photography, photojournalism, documentary photography, photo essays, photo gallery, emerging artists, and emerging photographers. A publication that encourages the artists to participate in it's formation by choosing which series they would like to contribute.




KLACK Photography & Culture Magazine is a local photography magazine, which aims at revealing a new and unique culture of interpreting photographs. We wish to gather and unscramble distinctive images and high quality works from different walks of life. We are looking for an interactive way on discussing and analyzing photography, so as to widen the horizons of our readers in understanding its nature. We believe that if we succeed in gathering creative images far and wide, we would be able to figure out other possibilities from the mainstream photography.




Rixon Reed is the founder and director of photo-eye. In 1979 Reed started photo-eye as a mailorder photography book source in Austin, Texas. In 1991 he moved the business to Santa Fe, New Mexico where it resides today as the home of photo-eye and photo-eye Gallery. In 1997 photo-eye’s website was launched and became one of the first e-commerce independent bookstores online. photo-eye has since grown to become the world’s largest online resource for photography books and now includes many other divisions, all developed by Reed. He has a BS in Natural Science from the University of Arkansas and studied Filmmaking and Photography at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He also worked for the Witkin Gallery in New York during the 1970s.




Created in January 2006, purpose is a free and independent webzine, dedicated to the presentation of photographic work. The subjects explored are broad and relevant: "chronicles of the ordinary", "Africa seen by its photographers", "environment", "social body", "memory", "margins and frontiers", "childhood"…

purpose is a meeting-place for known and unknown artists who wish to compare and contrast their visions of the world. Accompanied by an original soundtrack created by composers with varied perspectives, each issue is also a multimedia experience.


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