The art world is full of fantastic reads, be it magazines, books or e-zines.
At Imitate Modern we are lucky enough to work with some fantastic publications and are able to bring you editions from some fantastic artists and creatives.
Below are some of the great choices we have available on line.
Stay tuned because we will be expanding our collection!
Edwarda Issue 10
This is Issue 10 of the wonderful French aesthetic and erotic review. Featuring the work of our very own Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, the beautiful 96 page magazine makes for a wonderful addition to the coffee table.
“I was born to paint life in a different way, rejoicing in the beauty our world has to offer.” – Romero Britto
A beautiful coffee table book about the life and success of the Brazilian artist Romero Britto which includes the biggest retrospective of his works to date including a range of press clippings along with some of the most celebrated artworks and projects completed by the artist.
Romero Britto’s book Colours Around the World highlights some of his most successful and early works of art and explains the ongoing success of the artist and his style.
The book includes an interview with Romero Britto along with his various projects and collaborations including the Montreux Jazz Festival, Absolut Vodka, Evian, Mini Cooper, Fifa World Cup South Africa and the Beijing Olympics among many others.
Le Petit Voyeur, Issue 2- £20
LE PETIT VOYEUR, the independent visual arts magazine from Copenghagen back with its second issue and another handpicked and versatile selection of favourite pieces from around the world. This magazine focuses entirely on the artists work and keeps the highest possible quality, the goal is to inspire and promote creativity worldwide – advertising free.
This magazine is printed and sold in a limited edition of 1000 copies, all numbered on the front cover.
With Paul Oz’s show 80s Kid coming up in June now is the perfect time to delve into some of his previous works.
120 page colour book which includes images of artwork by the internationally acclaimed artist Paul Oz, recognised for a painting style that has explosive energy, movement and expression. A 3D effect is achieved through the thick application of oil paint to create iconic portraits.
June 4th sees the opening of his latest exhibition with Imitate modern, 80s Kid, a fun vibrant showcase of some of the most beloved and remembered icons of the decade. From Mr T, The Pink Panther and Indiana Jones to Sherbet Fountains and CurlyWurlys!
For more info on the show please contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org