Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run international publication which showcases experimental and progressive contemporary art, reflecting modern society and its environment, provoking conversation and action; fostering innovation and diversity of mediums which make todays art scene so intriguing and versatile.
Art Maze Magazine invites guest curators from internationally renowned galleries as well as independent art professionals to help select works for each issue. The publication gives spotlight to artists and engage with its readers and followers everyday through their social media, website and print and digital issues.
In this issue:
Below is the list of finalists for publication in the Winter Edition, Issue 16 of ArtMaze Mag.
CURATED SELECTION by Scott Ogden, founder and curator of Shrine Gallery, NYC
Andrew J. Long
Christina Van Der Merwe
Juan Arango Palacios
Kimia Ferdowsi Kline
Tarek Sebastian Al-shammaa
EDITORIAL SELECTION BY ARTMAZE* (curated by the editorial team of ArtMaze Mag)
*Please note, Editorial and Curated selections are judged separately.
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