Modern Painters (magazine)

Modern Painters (magazine)

Modern Painters is a monthly art magazine published in New York City by Louise Blouin Media. The magazine is published 10 times per year; it includes profiles on two international artists per issue; columns by international contributors; interviews with and articles by contemporary artists and curators; and information on exhibitions, books, performances, biennales and festivals.


Mission statement

Modern Painters is an international source of commentary and analysis of contemporary art and culture. The magazine offers a direct and uncompromising approach to exploring art in every aspect along with photography, film, architecture, books, dance and design. It not only reports on, but helps to define and shape, important events and trends in the art and cultural worlds. Modern Painters provides a visually dynamic and empathetic voice to both readers steeped in the art world and those just entering it.

About Louise Blouin Media

Louise Blouin Media is an art magazine publishing company which was founded in 2001 by Louise Blouin MacBain. Other Louise Blouin Media's titles include Art+Auction, Gallery Guide, and Culture+Travel magazines. ARTINFO ( is the online destination of Louise Blouin Media, which also owns Somogy, the global art book publisher.[1]


  1. ^ Linda Sandler (March 27, 2006), Art Publisher MacBain Revamps Magazines, Focuses on New York, Bloomberg,, retrieved 2008-05-27 

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