2016 Summer Issue
Summer is here, and things are getting hot here at ATIM!
I have great news for you with this publication. We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned ArtTour International Magazine website! In addition to a new, modern design, we have made extensive improvements to our navigation, information, and security systems for a more user-friendly experience! We hope you will find everything you are looking for in a few easy clicks, and welcome your feedback
A closer look at our Summer 2016 issue.
Our new publication has some excellent material for you to get your teeth into. Let’s take a closer look at some of the articles that are showcased on the updated site:
The most recent ATIM Masters Award Ceremony.
Gain some insider insights into this historic ceremony. The latest ATIM Masters Award Ceremony occurred back in May in the atmospheric surroundings of the Chateau St. Martin de la Garrigue. Fifteen brilliant master artists were selected from Art Tour International’s pick of 60 masters of the international art world. Our article about the ceremony is the perfect place to discover some amazing new international artists.
The latest art news.
Recent snippets of art news include the discovery of a new pigment and an installation of floating piers in Italy. The new blue pigment is a very exciting discovery. Will it be as exciting in color terms as Da Vinci’s decision to mix his pigments with egg yolks? It remains to be seen. But we can all rest assured that artists will be exploiting its possibilities to the full extent in the coming months and years.
The exhibition of floating piers was created by Christo in conjunction with Jeanne-Claude. The piers were installed on Lake Iseo, and the installation required 100,000 meters squared of shimmery yellow fabric. The result is something truly spectacular that has to be seen to be believed. Head on over to our article on the subject to find out more!
A fascinating travel section.
Our latest travel section has been written by the fine art photographer, Aldo Basili. This section details Basili’s travels to Namibia and features some amazing photography. Basili’s photographs are often mistaken for impressionistic watercolors, as they have a very dreamlike, painterly quality. Now that he has been inspired by the landscape and culture of Namibia, we can be sure that we’ll see some wonderful new work from him. Read his article on his travels to find out more.
Our cover stories currently present the four award-winning masters featured on the cover of the publication. The front cover lets us get up close and personal with LeRoi Johnson, while the back cover introduces us to Michael Lam. On the interior front cover, you will find Mark James Ford, and on the interior back cover, you will find Lisa Levasseur of Palette Art in Canada.
All of the masters featured in our four cover stories are fascinating figures in the international art world in the present day. So take a look at our cover stories to find out more about some fantastic artists at work today.
In addition to the artists that we have featured on our covers, we have also put together some brilliant sections on feature artists in our summer issue. Our collection of feature artists is composed of an array of master artists hailing from all four corners of the globe. Delve in to our feature artists collection to discover some new talents that you perhaps had not heard of before, as well as to learn more about some hot new artists that you may have heard gallery owners, artists, and fellow art lovers starting to talk about.
Plenty of reasons to check out our Summer 2016 Issue and visit our new and revamped site.
As you can see, from our cover stories to our beautiful featured artworks and artists, as well as from a gripping travel section that includes some mesmerizing photographs to a roundup of the latest art news, our new issue has so much to entice you. And let us not forget the roundup of our exclusive ATIM Masters Award Ceremony that occurred this May when some of the true masters of the contemporary art world were crowned in a historic old chateau in rural France.
Thanks for your support,
Editor-in-Chief ArtTour International Magazine