Credit: The Met
(New York, New York) February 26, 2019
The Sophia News, an advertiser-free journal of the arts and philanthropy, is pleased to announce its new series of contemporary art profiles. The series will discuss the happenings of leading contemporary art galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Miami, and other art capitals of the world. The focus will include featured profiles and interviews with artists, gallery directors, and museum directors. Currently, the series includes articles such as interviews with Andy Warhol Museum director, Patrick Moore, and Corbett vs. Dempsey co-founder, John Corbett.
The Sophia News Publisher, George Magalios, explains the origin of this new series:
“Contemporary art is a leading cultural indicator— both at the edge of culture and at its center. Our series is a way to explore the many rich and fascinating linkages between philanthropy, creativity, and new artists. The Sophia News has a mission to bring to light contemporary culture’s vanguard. Ours is a readership that embraces the relationships between philosophy, giving, and cultural production.”
Though many may not realize the truth, when it comes to the winding world of culture, contemporary art plays a major role. We see trends in contemporary art reflected in movies, music, and even politics– and rightfully so, art mirrors it right back. With such an important aspect of culture resting on the shoulders of contemporary art, it is no wonder The Sophia News has decided to make it a focus of the publication.
The publication focuses on three key elements illustrated by a subheading on the journal’s webpage: philanthropy, creativity, and wisdom. Using these key words as a guide, The Sophia News covers topics such as Power Philanthropists within the philanthropy community, stories of celebrities giving back to their communities, and everyday heroes we can all relate to. The publication reviews music events, ballet and theater productions, and of course, exhibitions put forth by a number of galleries across the world. When readers turn to The Sophia News, they are leaving with a cultural experience.