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Artillery : killer text on art. Artillery is a contemporary arts magazine based out of LA with writers around the world.
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artillery May 24
Code Orange Contest deadline extended to June 8! PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST. WINNER GETS A FULL PAGE GLOSSY. ️
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artillery May 21
CODE ORANGE Photo contest. Submit by June 2. Capture how the US & the world is affected by political & environmental change.
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artillery May 17
PHOTO CONTEST. Get published in Artillery! Deadline June 2. Express how you feel about the current state of the world.
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artillery May 2
Congrats to Alberto Mesirca, this issue's winner of ! His black and white photo, "Illegal Sticker", is in print in our May/June issue, which is out now. 📸📸📸
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artillery Mar 29
Untitled by legendary photographer Vivian Meier, June 27, 1959. Asia. Tomorrow's the entry deadline! Visit for complete details...
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artillery Mar 22
Mar/Apr finalist Yvonne Bas Tull: “Do not mess with us”, 1/21/2017, Washington, DC. Only 8 days left to enter! Submit your strongest social documentary for a chance to see it in print in our next issue. Visit for details.
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artillery Mar 20
"But it is a museum of the future. We are long gone. Yet here is the evidence we once were here. He is not only referencing history but showing us that we are history."
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artillery Mar 19
"There was a feeling of intimacy and goodwill that you don’t normally get at functions such as these in Los Angeles." Read more about Saturday night's Gala cocktail hour on the Last Night blog -->
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artillery Mar 19
Mar/Apr finalist : "Salton Sea No More" June 24, 2017, Salton City, California. Submit your social documentary for a chance to see it in our next print issue until the 30th - visit for details...
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artillery Mar 15
Code Orange finalist: Marc Gabor's "Holy Week Processions, April 14, 2017", taken in Taxco, Mexico. We invite you to submit your social documentary for the chance to see your work in our May/June issue! Visit for submission rules... good luck!
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artillery Mar 13
"Brother" (2017) by photographer and professor Siri Kaur. This Saturday, she joins artists Brandy Eve Allen, Karolyn Gehrig, and Illma Gore on a panel we're co-hosting with called "To Like or Not To Like". 1pm, this Saturday, at 3318 W Sunset Blvd
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artillery Mar 12
Congratulations to Michelle Fierro! Her 2017 photograph "Reflections Of A Student Massacre Mexico City, 1968" won the first contest! Head over to for details on how you can enter your own , and maybe even see it in print..
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artillery Mar 10
Page 30. BLOOD ON CLAY. "Gerardo Monterrubio marks his ceramic sculptures with his memories, experiences.. recalls a vast historic spectrum of pictorial clay: cave paintings, Greek amphoras, Mesoamerican vessels..." @gerardomonterrubio
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artillery Mar 9
Hey East Coast, are you attending ? If so, swing by the Publications Lounge and buy yourself a copy of our January/February or March/April issue. Or both!
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artillery Mar 9
CATHERINE OPIE. Both love letter and indictment, “The Modernist,” new photographic installation & short film, blurrily overlays real places & occurrences with imagined events, creating an alternate near-term history of LA.
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artillery Mar 8
Did you know that Artillery is lead by women? That MANY of our writers are women? That our current cover art is by a woman, Gabriela Castillo? Have a beautiful day everyone! 🌷♀
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artillery Mar 8
Georgia O'Keefe and Frida Kahlo being silly.(Though some say next to Kahlo is the equally legendary, Chavela Vargas). These two, legendary women artists are two of the very few women in the world with museums dedicated solely to their work. Happy International Women's Day!
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artillery Mar 7
The Drawing Issue hit newsstands today. "Drawing is still basically the same it has been since prehistoric times. It brings together man and the world. It lives through magic." - Keith Haring, from Betty Ann Brown's piece. Pg 34.
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artillery Mar 6
Alejandre translates his world into black lines on white surfaces w such power & grace that it must not be quite so hard for him. Particularly poignant are the images of his father whose wizened features speak of the hard life of an immigrant. -Betty Ann Brown .
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artillery Feb 28
Page 22. CURFEW column. "Agreeable Art?" "If Rembrandt painted a portrait of Trump, would you be able to appreciate it? Perhaps the bigger question is whether overtly political pieces are art or political statement. Use DRAW-5.
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