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Wednesday, 5 December 2007

20 Issues marks 5 years of Aesthetica Magazine

Aesthetica Magazine is the UK's cultural arts publication. Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine is the only British arts magazine to cover literature, visual arts, music, film and theatre in one single issue.

Aesthetica Magazine has a readership of 45,000 and national distribution through WH Smith and Borders, as well as galleries such as TATE, ICA, BALTIC, InIVA and GOMA.

Issue 20 of Aesthetica, really?

Inside we’ve developed a new clean and fresh design along with some of the great features and reviews. In literature you’ll find Jack Mapanje, Mary Gaitskill and Carol Birch, all the authors are discussing their new books. In art we have the Adam Neate on Street Art, Video Art – is it art? fantastic photographer Diana Scheunemann, Will Tuck, and Philippe Anthonioz on being a furniture sculptor. In film Nick Broomfield on his new film Battle for Haditha and Phil Grabsky on his new film Escape From Luanda, while in music Gravenhurst tells us about his new album, The Pigeon Detectives, and Alabama 3. Also a great chance to work with Olympus cameras!

Issue 20 marks 5 years of publishing with some major milestones along the way such as, Editor, Cherie Federico winning Young Business Entrepreneur of the year in 2006, securing editorial with the likes of Ken Loach, John Pilger, Rankin, Tony Harrison, and Benjamin Zephaniah, Aesthetica’s approach is fresh, accessible and up-to-date. It is the only British arts publication that views the arts as interdisciplinary.

Editor, Cherie Federico, says, “The past five years have been incredible. Aesthetica has gone from strength to strength. It’s one thing to have an idea, and five years later have a national arts magazine. It’s great feeling. We consistently gather innovative ideas and bring them together every two months. We’re not afraid to experiment and to support new and fresh talent.”

Aesthetica Magazine has made its mark in the creative industries and is here to stay. At £4.50 per issue, get involved. Check out a copy of Aesthetica Magazine today. www.aestheticamagazine.com

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