Sampler: Elephant magazine #30
We have had a two week hiatus, but our weekly magazine offer Sampler is back in full swing. It’s exciting to be featuring Elephant magazine this week — a stronghold in the industry, they’ve published quarterly art reviews since 2009. Each issue offers an exhaustive look at the contemporary art world through a lens of modern culture, and for their 30th instalment, they investigate the complexities of copyright in the digital age.
Scroll down to get an idea of what to expect in this issue, and if you like the sound of things, head over to Sampler to get your hands on a copy for 10% off and free shipping.
In this issue:
— Belgium artist David Claerbout talks about his unauthorised collaborations with Elvis Presley and others
— Christopher Clary on Sorry to Dump On You, his personal/collective project embedded in gay online culture
— A look at Eleanor Macnair’s Play-Doh recreations of iconic photographs
— In search of Ozmo’s murals, the magazine looks at how street artists get knocked off
— After discovering a haul 35mm negatives in a recycling plant, Thomas Sauvin created his Beijing Silvermine photography project
— And Dr Loretta Würtenberger, founder of the Institute for Artists’ Estates, speaks about keeping artists’ works fresh and visible after their deaths
Sampler gives you 10% off the cover price with free shipping to the US, UK and Europe, but we have limited copies available, so click through to Elephant magazine’s page now to make sure you don’t miss out.