artscope works to build networks and increase visibility
Quincy, MA (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
As artscope continues to evolve from a magazine with seamless integration to a multi-faceted media aggregate, readers enjoy the same unparalleled quality of review and reporting at home or on the go with the July/August 2013 issue. The digital edition of artscope, not to be confused with the free artscope mobile app, which debuted in May, runs on all iOS devices and can be found on Apple Newsstand.
The making of the July/August issue had artscope writers visiting museums and galleries across New England. The issue leads off with a profile of the Colby College Museum of Art, which celebrates its grand reopening this month. Artscope's Newlin Tillotson describes her visit to Gary Marotta Gallery in Provincetown, MA, where Cuban born artist, Manuel Pardo's work inspired this issue's cover story. Other headlining stories include several reviews of solo exhibitions, including DeVries, Ihara & Zaklynsky, as well as one review of a group sculpture installation, "The Boston Convergence," currently on display on the grounds of Christian Science Church in Boston. "Poster Mania," now showing at The Currier Museum, honors the great American poster tradition of the late 19th century. Finally, an artist profile of Liza Meyers describes "Anamalia" at Gallery in The Woods, in Vermont.
Founder and Publisher, Kaveh Mojtabai says of the July/August issue and the new digital edition, "artscope works to build networks and increase visibility by inspiring dialogue and democratizing the art world. An interactive version of the printed publication makes the magazine more accessible than ever." July and August will be exciting months as artscope continues to deliver the high quality content readers have come to depend on, through an increasingly dynamic set of journalistic vehicles.
Also during the months of July and August, artscope will sponsor several events including South Coast Open Studios (July 20th-21st) which hopes to capture the mood of the America's Cup, and "The Nines," an indie rock festival hosted by 3Rivers Arts (August 10th.)
New England’s premier source for art and culture, artscope encourages discourse and public engagement, increases visibility, and stimulates the creative economy through timely, journalistic coverage of galleries, museums, exhibitions, artists, and communities. Artscope covers a wide spectrum of arts and highlights local, national and international artists, who show in the New England area as well at New England artists who show beyond the borders. Artscope is dedicated to increasing the marketability, sales potential, and visitor numbers of the New England Arts community.