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The New Yorker

With its urbane and cosmopolitan commentaries on everything from cross-country truck drivers to the latest geo-political imbroglios, the New Yorker has been delighting readers for eight decades. Despite the fact that it costs a few dollars to actually subscribe to the magazine, their website has a great deal of free content for the interested web-browsing individual. Visitors may wish to start by...
Tate Papers

Art museums often publish a journal, which includes papers primarily based on research about their specific collections. Since 2004, the Tate has been publishing its version online, as the Tate Papers. The tag-line on the Web site promises that the journal will "cover a wide range of subjects: artists, works of art and archives in Tate's collection, art theory, visual culture, conservation and...
Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies

Those interested in visual culture may appreciate Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies. Founded in 2010 at the University of Alberta, Imaginations is a peer-reviewed journal whose mission is to "bridge communities of artistic visual practice and academic scholarship [and to] create a knowledge democracy venue for the image." Each issue of Imaginations is centered around a theme....