un Magazine is a free, independent contemporary art magazine published bi-annually. It is printed in Melbourne, Australia, and distributed to art organisations, galleries and education institutions around Australia and to selected outlets internationally, as well as being published online.
un Magazine has been published in Melbourne since 2004, when it was founded by artist Lily Hibberd.
Since 2008, un Magazine has been published by un Projects, who appoint a new editor and sub-editor each year. Past editors have included Rosemary Forde, Zara Stanhope, Phip Murray, Din Heagney, Angela Brophy, Kyla McFarlane, Lisa Radford, Jarrod Rawlins, Benjamin Forster, Robert Cook, Pip Wallis and Shelley McSpedden.
In 2017, two issues of un Magazine will be published: one in April and the other in October.
un Magazine Personnel
David Capra (issues 11.1 & 11.2)
Amelia Winata (issues 11.1 & 11.2)
un Magazine Advertising and Distribution
Sarah Gory (firstname.lastname@example.org)
un Magazine Editorial Committee
un Magazine Online
Current and back issues of un Magazine can be viewed on this website.
Print Edition Distribution
Free printed copies of un Magazine are available from:
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Bus Projects, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Craft Victoria, George Paten Gallery, Gertrude Contemporary, Kings ARI, Monash University Museum of Art, RMIT Design Hub, RMIT School of Art Gallery, VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery, West Space, Seventh Gallery, World Food Books
The Artery (Warrnambool), SAM (Shepparton)
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Alaska, Artspace, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Firstdraft, Galerie pompom
Adelaide Central School of Art, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
Contemporary Art Tasmania
Boxcopy, Gallery of Modern Art Bookstore, Institute of Modern Art
Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Fremantle Arts Centre
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
Northern Centre for Contemporary Art
Blue Oyster (Dunedin), Chateau Shatto (Los Angeles), Future Perfect (Singapore), Kadist (San Francisco), Para Site (Hong Kong), The Physics Room (Christchurch), Printed Matter (New York), Pro qm (Berlin), Section 7 Books (Paris)
Image credit: launch of un Magazine 10.2, October 2016 at MUMA | photo by Madeline Chiller