Art Edit is a magazine about living with art for interior designers, homeowners and art buyers. Art Edit profiles artists, designers, art lovers, collectors and galleries across Australia, New Zealand and beyond. The magazine provides readers with advice on where to find art, how to buy it and useful hints on how to install, style and look after it. The editorial emphasis of the magazine is on the acquisition of art to best suit Australian and New Zealand homes.
Art Edit is sold in all good newsagents across Australia and New Zealand, as well as select specialty stores and galleries including The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, and Ngununggula – check out our stockists here. The best way to make sure you never miss out on an issue is to subscribe and have Art Edit delivered straight to your door. You will also save up to 15% off the retail price.
Art Edit takes a clear editorial position on ethically sourcing Indigenous art. We advise our readers that while Indigenous art can be purchased from many outlets across Australia, the best way to ethically source a work is to purchase it from one of the many Indigenous-owned, community-based Art Centres across Australia, or from galleries that source their artwork from these Art Centres.
Siobhan originally studied to be an artist herself, finding her niche when working in the Sydney Eastern Suburb gallery scene. She went on to work in galleries in London, USA and Australia, developing high value private and corporate collections.
Siobhan holds a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) and a Diploma in Art Education from the University of Newcastle and a Master of Arts Administration from COFA (now UNSW Art and Design). Passionate about contemporary art and supporting young and emerging artists, Siobhan is looking forward to guiding readers in finding new art they love while working with inspirational Australian talent.
Contact Siobhan: email@example.com
Directing and curating the editorial across the magazine and digital site, as well as writing, Nabila plans, commissions and edits from cover to cover. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours (First Class: English Literature), and a Master of Publishing from The University of Sydney.
Justine holds a Bachelor of Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney. Early in her career she gravitated to editorial design, where she has enjoyed the creative process of designing pages for print, working across a number of newspaper and magazine mastheads.