Similar to Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose is an art magazine that also has an online component. Its focus is on new contemporary art and though it mainly covers the pop surrealism scene, it isn’t afraid to showcase fine art that’s redefining the future. Interested in breaking new talent, Hi-Fructose is constantly reporting on upcoming museum exhibitions and their opening night coverage is unparalleled. Check out this site if you’re interested in seeing some awe-inspiring work from all around the world.
7. Today and Tomorrow
Though Berlin-based Pieter started Today and Tomorrow to collect the things he likes, it’s grown into a popular art site to find unexpected work. Using simple titles and large images, this minimalist blog puts the creative work front and center. Refreshingly, Today and Tomorrow isn’t afraid to show things outside the norm like bizarre paintings or strange sculptures. In fact, its unique perspective sets this site apart from the rest. Consistently interesting and never boring, Today and Tomorrow is a must-visit for anyone who believes in drawing outside the lines.
8. Design You Trust
Constantly updated by the art and design community, Design You Trust is where you can seek out and find the latest trends in art. Beyond that, however, you’ll also find interesting architecture, photography, fashion, creative advertisements and more. Quite the mixed bag, this site will introduce you to a wide range of ideas as well as some of the most groundbreaking work in the new contemporary art movement.
9. The Fox is Black
Started in April 2007 by Bobby Solomon, The Fox is Black was formerly the popular blog Kitsune Noir. Bent on sharing the most interesting and inspiring parts of contemporary life and culture, this site is a must-visit for those who have a love for art, design and photography. With contributing writers from all around the world, The Fox is Black feels like like a global site yet it has that personal touch where you almost feel like you’re discussing art with a close friend. Come here to see modern architecture, surreal photography and gorgeous illustrations.
10. Escape Into Life
By blending visual art and literature, Escape Into Life hopes to show its viewers the beautiful poetry in art and the art in poetry. Here you won’t just find art and photography, you’ll find fiction, essays and reviews on books. If you’re interested in one type of art, this online arts journal lets you filter by category, which includes painting, drawing, collage and more. With each post titled with the artist’s name, you can quickly peruse through this site and then delve deeper, checking out the artists’ works and websites.
Which sites are we missing? Which sites do you visit to find new and exciting artists?
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Alice Yoo is the founder and editor in chief of My Modern Metropolis, a place where trendspotters and art enthusiasts come to connect over creative ideas. After graduating from UCLA with a Bachelor’s in Economics, Alice received her MBA, worked in advertising for MTV and Outdoor Channel and then started My Modern Met in 2008. With over 2.5 million page views per month, My Modern Met has become an art, culture and lifestyle destination for the modern man and woman.