MAGAZINE
| INSTITUTE | CURRENT ISSUE | ARTIST DIRECTORY | SHOP

CALL FOR PAPERS

Cutting Edge: Collage in Britain, 1900 to Now

Deadline for Abstracts: 2 December 2019. This conference is intended to explore collage in relation to visual culture in Britain, from 1900 to today. It invites fresh perspectives on collage as a practice and on its contribution to modern and contemporary British visual culture. MORE


COLLAGE ON VIEW

BCC #2

Coupee Collage Collective at Verbeke Foundation in Kemzeke, Belgium through 5 April 2020. Young contemporary artists use collage as an art form in and of itself and are experimenting with new techniques, exploring the limits of the medium. For the BCC (Belgian Contemporary Collage) expo, Coupee and Verbeke Foundation joined forces, and selected eighteen promising and talented artists. By presenting their work at the Verbeke Foundation, old and new flow together and the century of the collage is being revived in a contemporary way. MORE

COLLAGE BOOKS

R E M A I N S

by Mark Murphy and John Bennett (Self-published; 2016). The book sees the work of long-time friends come together in a visual conversation about the possibilities, skill and joy of producing analog collage. Magazines are plundered, encyclopedias trawled, photographs found, corners sliced, mountainscapes reserved, body parts severed, envelopes flattened, eyes erased, floor boards salvaged, found paper stockpiled, colours combined, offcuts trimmed, butted up and overlapped. What remains is a re-imagining of other people’s cast offs through the rearrangement of vestiges of other people’s pasts. MORE


COLLAGE BOOKS

Ancient Future

by Danger (Input Error; 2016) is a publication of the hand-cut, hand-glued collage work of the inimitable Danger aka Dan Wininger. Collage the old fashioned way, with more than a nod to the dadaists and surrealists, in both imagery and technique. Input Error began in 2015 with the aim of promoting the further reaches of collage art. Since then, they have published zines showcasing their favourite artists and new talent and will continue to explore the ranges of the medium. MORE

COLLAGE ON VIEW

National Collage Society’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition

At Cummings Art Gallery, Mercyhurst University, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA through 7 December 2019. The National Collage Society "advances the stature of collage as a major art medium and assists in public education through exhibits and workshops, lectures and publications." Each year, a three-person jury selects collage and assemblage from artists who respond to an open call. The jury includes one studio art professor, a professional collage artist, and an art history professor. A museum curator then chooses awards for the Annual Juried Exhibit. The exhibition is viewable online. MORE


READ MORE | SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

Kolaj Magazine is a quarterly, printed magazine about contemporary collage.

CURRENT ISSUE

Kolaj #27

In Kolaj #27, we consider the role art collecting plays in the collage scene, remember artists who have recently passed, get introduced to an Inuk artist from the Canadian Arctic, hear about a collaborative model that dates back to the sixteenth century, and learn about the role of uncollage in photography and film. Our goal with every issue is that Kolaj Magazine is essential reading for anyone interested in the role of contemporary collage in art, culture, and society.  READ MORE


Kolaj Magazine offers two options for online shopping.

USA & OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA

Kasini House ARTSHOP sells small artist products. This includes books, folios, catalogues, monographs, chapbooks, ‘zines, small one-of-a-kind works, multiples, and other creative endeavours by contemporary working artists. Prices are in US Dollars.

CANADA

Kolaj Magazine's Online Shop sells subscriptions, current and back issues, and collage artist trading cards in glorious Canadian Dollars. 

 


About Kolaj Magazine

Kolaj Magazine is a quarterly, printed, art magazine reviewing and surveying contemporary collage with an international perspective. We are interested in collage as a medium, a genre, a community, and a 21st century art movement. Kolaj is published in Montreal, Quebec by Maison Kasini. Visit Kolaj Magazine online.

WEBSITE
| SUBSCRIBE
| CURRENT ISSUE
| ARTIST DIRECTORY
| SHOP

About Kolaj Institute

The mission of Kolaj Institute is to support artists, curators, and writers who seek to study, document, & disseminate ideas that deepen our understanding of collage as a medium, a genre, a community, and a 21st century movement. We operate a number of initiatives meant to bring together community, investigate critical issues, and raise collage’s standing in the art world.

ABOUT 
PROGRAMS 
PUBLICATIONS 
NEWS 
SUPPORT

Kolaj Magazine. info@kolajmagazine.com
Published by Maison Kasini. Copyright © 2019. All Rights Reserved.