COPPER No. 1 | Self Portraiture

COPPER Magazine is a carefully curated sensory exhibition which uncovers and celebrates the electric, meaningful, and innovative storytelling from  artists of color who work within all artistic mediums.  The artists we showcase create a counter-narrative through works driven by culture, religion, political views, and identity, building a community of artistic minds capable and willing to challenge homogenized art.  

 

Our Inaugural Issue, Self Portraiture, features the work of 39 artists from 17 countries. Each image has been carefully selected by our team to create a new kind of exhibition in magazine format. Inside you find beautiful images and 5 conversations between team members and COPPER artist’s. The Limited Edition, Gold Emblem, Self Portraiture Issue of COPPER Magazine features a beautiful roman numeral one on the back cover of the magazine. 

 

Aghogho Otega In Conversation with Adrian White

Darius Churchman In Conversation with Amanda Johnson 

Salma Olama In Conversation with Steven Baboun 

Paulina Kim Joo In Conversation with Miguel Gonzalez 

William Camargo In Conversation with Tere Garcia 

 

130 pages, full color, square back. 

 

Printed in Connecticut 

 

Completely Recyclable!

COPPER No. 1 | Self Portraiture

$9.99Price
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