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VAST Issue n°03 (Digital)
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VAST Issue n°03 (Digital)

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✨ Newly Expanded Issue, Featuring 45 Artists! Nearly double the size of Issues n°01 + n°02 ✨

In this issue:

Featured Exhibitions at Gallery Vacancy in Shanghai, China, Swallow in Vilnius, Lithuania, King's Leap in New York City, Present Projects in Hong Kong,  and Britta Rettberg in Munich, Germany. 

In-depth Interviews with Emily Margarit Masoni based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Darien Henson based in Rockville, Maryland, Francesca Larkin based in Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Morteza Khakshoor based in Santa Ana, California, Robin Crookall based in Brooklyn, New York, and Adam Boyd based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, United Kingdom. 

Contributors in this Issue:

Adam Boyd (London, United Kingdom)
Alexander Kadow (Berlin, Germany)
Anton Kuehnhackl (Sebastopol, California)
Ashley Ross (Oakland, California)
Bradley Hoseley (Brooklyn, New York)
Christian Spruell (Glendora, California)
Christine Battye (Nanaimo, BC, Canada)
Corey Durbin (Brooklyn, New York)
Darien Henson (Rockville, Maryland)
Diane Meyer (Los Angeles, California)
Dinah Kübeck (Berlin, Germany)
Elizabeth Loftus (Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California)
Emily Margarit Mason (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Francesca Larkin (Aachen, Nordhrhein Westfalen, Germany)
Francesco Vullo (Milan, Italy)
Hikaru O (Osaka, Japan)
Izette Roos (Cape Town, South Africa)
Jamie Luoto (Healdsburg, California)
Jason Kerzinski (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Jiageng Lin (Rochester, New York)
Jiaxi Li (London, United Kingdom)
Laura Hudspith (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania &  Toronto, Canada)
Laura Noel (Atlanta, GA)
Linda Ludbarza (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Madeline Peckenpaugh (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Maja Malmcrona (Zürich, Switzerland)
Marisa Rapezzi  (Queens, New York)
Matthew Troyer (Sarasota, Florida)
Maxime Jean Lefebvre (Providence, Rhode Island)
Morteza Khakshoor (Santa Ana, California)
Neko Jiang (New York, New York)
Parker James  Reinecker (Salisbury, North Carolina)
Paul-Sebastian Japaz (New York, New York)
Robin Crookall (Brooklyn, New York)
Ross Gerhold (Richmond, Virginia)
Ryan Browning (Doha, Qatar)
Snow Yunxue Fu (New York, New York)
Sung Eun Park (Monmouth, Oregon)
Suyu Chen (Rochester, New York)
Tommy Keith (Toronto, Canada)
Valeria Ganzman (Haifa, Israel)
Véronique Chagnon Côté (Montréal, Canada)
Wickerham & Lomax (Baltimore, Maryland)
Yin Ming Wong (Brooklyn, New York)
Yong-il Lee (Seoul, Korea)

VAST is dedicated to nurturing the curiosity behind the hard work visual artists do everyday and be a community where expression, creation, and discovery can happen. We know that art is vast and practices range in depth, complexity, and thought. That is why we are committed to showcasing the expansiveness of art in medium and genre. Whether it is painting, photography, sculpture, drawing, illustration, installation, virtual, or environmental, we aim highlight the diversity of artistic practices within the printed and digital pages of our magazine. Our goal is to support and grow a community that nurtures creative thinking, fosters new ideas, and fuels curiosity.

VAST is a new independent visual art magazine showcasing the expansive practice of contemporary artists and photographers from around the world, far and wide. 


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