Art Style | Art & Culture International Magazine, an online, quarterly magazine devoted to art and culture, invites the submission of extended essays.
The deadline for the submission of essays to the Art Style Magazine’s Bauhaus Special Edition is May 6 (extended until May 12). This issue is scheduled for publication in early June 2019.
The essays in this issue will focus on the style of modern art, architecture, and design from the Bauhaus School in Germany (Weimar, Berlin, and Dessau), based on a brief centennial panorama of the school, which still exerts influence in new compositions worldwide. This avant-garde School of Arts is a reference for cultural production as well as industrial and technological development and their relationship with art, not only through the development of forms but also through aesthetic and cultural transformations. On the whole, this issue will highlight the importance of the functionality that emerged from the Bauhaus legacy, as well as the international influence of globalized production on architecture and design.
Considered in this special edition – among the most important influences of the Bauhaus centenary – are the architect Walter Gropius; the first teacher of the Bauhaus, Johannes Itten; and the visual artists Josef Albers, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky (including the abstraction of Klee and Kandinsky related to music), Lyonel Feininger, and Marcel Breuer as well as the textile artists Gunta Stölzl and Anni Albers, also Marianne Brandt, the painter and theater designer Oskar Schlemmer, and the photographer Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, all together in their variety of artistic activities. Additionally, included are Mies van der Rohe, the last director of Bauhaus in Berlin, and Hannes Meyer—for whom form must follow function so that the aim “Form follows Function” was intensified. Working together under the name of Bauhaus in a wing of the modernist era, these individuals were representatives of this German School of Arts. Although they are relevant throughout history, they remain an open issue in art, architecture, and design, addressing the following question: To what extent is Bauhaus even possible nowadays?
Potential topics for submissions are social-aesthetics, technology, new modes of representation, and innovative trends, which will be gratefully received. There is also the matter, of course, of political will toward well-intentioned decisions in agreements between national and international demand, which encompass not only the aspirations of the individual in society, but also demands for a standardized mass industry concerning eco-design or life-cycle design.
This proposal emphasizes creativity in its forms, contents, structures, planning, and diversity, beyond the possibilities that such creativity can result in innovation and its relation to the tradition. Finally, the objective is to discuss art, architecture, and design and its current cultural significance, showing the aesthetic function concerning social needs and dealing with the configuration (Gestaltung) by a balance of innovative thinking, techniques, materials, and conditions of production.
The third issue will be released in September, and the deadline for essay submission is August 12, 2019. Choose a theme that you like and one of the following areas of interest for the September issue, then forge ahead!
1 #aesthetics #criticism
2 #art #politics
3 #art #history
4 #art #market
6 #art #cinema #motion-picture
7 #scenography #theatrical performances
8 #visual #culture
9 #music #culture
10 #architecture #design
Essays submitted to Art Style Magazine are subject to strict peer review and published online as soon as the two external reviewers have approved them.
Language: American or British English
The extended essay should be submitted to email@example.com
Please, use The Chicago Manual of Style system, in Microsoft Word format (.docx), with a word count of minimum 3,000 and maximum 5,500 (excluding figures, endnotes and references).
Required structure of the extended essay: title; abstract (300 words); introduction; body of the essay; conclusion; author biography; endnotes; references.
Everything written should be proofread.
Text body: Times New Roman 11 pt
Line spacing: 1.15
Quotations: more extended quotations should be single-spaced and separated from the text.
Figures: images are required – color or monochrome in RGB color mode. Please, set the resolution of images destined for web pages to 72dpi, and save images in .jpg or .png format only. Resolution: between 1500 and 2500 pixels wide. Don’t enlarge a small image to avoid pixelated images. The related images to incorporate into your paper should have permission from the image owner or use pictures in the public domain. You can choose royalty-free photos with a Creative Commons or similar license. Otherwise, you can create some images of your own. The editorial team will evaluate the images, and choose the most appropriate.
Author Biography: your full name, e-mail, recent position, and institution, and a short bio with no more than 150 words.
For more information, please see The Chicago Manual of Style
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