Artforum is an international art magazine. It appears ten times a year from September to May each month together with an annual summer edition.
Artforum magazine, Artforum International Magazine, was founded in San Francisco in 1962 . In 1965 the editorial team moved to Los Angeles . In 1967 the company moved to New York . In 1974, the November issue caused a scandal when Artforum published a copyright-protected center-fold advertisement (opening interior image) by the artist Lynda Benglis , in which she posed with a dildo . Tim Griffin has been editor-in-chief since 2003 . About 90% of the Artforum consists of full-page advertisements from galleries and museums.
Thematically one changed from the late modern to minimalism and contemporary art . In addition to detailed articles and reviews of contemporary art, the magazine also offers book reviews and columns on cinema and pop culture .
- Daniel Birnbaum
- Mel Bochner , wrote four essays from 1967–1973.
- Yve-Alain Bois
- Dennis Cooper
- Arthur C. Danto
- Manny Farber (and Patricia Patterson), film critic from November 1967 to June 1970.
- Hollis Frampton , avant-garde film writer first September 1971, six essays 1974.
- Michael Fried , author since 1965, contributing editor, 1966–1973.
- Clement Greenberg
- AM Homes
- Donald Judd
- Rosalind Krauss . Author since 1966, contributing editor from 1971–1975.
- Lucy Lippard . Author since 1964.
- Greil Marcus
- Robert Morris , at least eight articles from 1966 to 1974.
- Barbara Rose , author and then contributing editor, 1965–1973. 26 items.
- Robert Smithson , eight essays
- Amy Newman: Challenging Art: Artforum 1962–1974. Soho Press, New York 2000, ISBN 1-56947-352-8 .