We're tired of hearing about culture as elite, opaque, and unapproachable. We position art, music, architecture, and film in the context of the world's biggest stories, from the current crisis in Brazil to the sociological impact of Spotify and Uber. Our serious, at times irreverent writing bridges the misunderstood gap between culture and the world.
Unlike other magazines, Even's reviews cover multiple exhibitions at museums and galleries to provide much needed context. Each issue also features two in-depth interviews, in which artists discuss their work as it relates to the world at large, and a portfolio specially conceived for each issue by one of today's most promising young talents.
Even is published three times a year, in a medium-sized format and on rather handsome paper, by a team of sleep-deprived New Yorkers: Jason Farago is the editor, Rebecca Ann Siegel is the publisher, and Common Name is on design.
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