Publications and blogs
ArtUnlimited, a new newspaper on contemporary art.
List is produced as a part of the Artist Information project of PiST/// Interdisciplinary Project Space. This free guide with a map is a listing of events and exhibitions of Istanbul’s contemporary art scene. It is distributed at various locations around the city and is updated every two months. The contents of LiST are prepared by the participating venues. Each issue is printed in an edition of 40.000 copies.
Akbank Contemporary Art Map is a map of art activities prepared and distributed free by Akbank Sanat.
Artist Actual is a monthly review on contemporary art.
İce is a new quarterly magazine on contemporary art and culture.
Rh+ Sanat is a monthly review on art http://www.rhsanat.com.tr
Res World Art/Art World is a bi-annual contemporary art magazine published by Dirimart. RES publishes original material by leading critics, curators, and artists in English. RES is a non-commercial publication that strives to provide an independent platform that encourages critical thinking and contributes to the contemporary art discourse both locally and internationally. It is a non-commercial publication that is sent to art professionals, galleries, museums, universities, and libraries around the world.
Sanat Dünyamız is one of the most deeply rooted and most esteemed art publications of Turkey. It is a quarterly that has been in print since 1976. Sanat Dünyamız enables the readers to have the world of art within their reach.
Time out Istanbul is a magazine on current culture. Turkish and English language editions are available but these differ in content and have different editors.
Banané Banané Magazine is an independent online platform based in Istanbul, always looking for the next generation of creative minds to share and communicate their vision. It tries to go beyond a conventional method of distribution and production, hence the online format. http://www.bananemag.com
Le Cool Istanbul, is a free weekly magazine featuring cultural events and leisure activities. Le cool sends weekly emails to subscribers but its language is Turkish.
The following web sites contain information about visual art such as exhibitions, artists, galleries, opening, initiatives, critics and reviews.