Two Decades Old,
Twenty Years Young
An art magazine is a business, if viewed solely by the bottom line. But it also represents a community, a persona and, at its best, a stimulating presence in the lives of all who produce it and read it. These days, 20 years is still baby-faced for a human being, but considerably more wrinkled for a magazine, which must defy aging by a constant transfusion of talent, inspiration and support from our contributors, readers and advertisers. How then to celebrate this milestone?
For this festive occasion, the editorial and…