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Founded in 2017, the Radical Art Review is a volunteer-run culture platform and magazine where art meets activism. We believe creativity is the most powerful tool for social change, and we aim to showcase how art and ideas are being used to transform lives and tackle injustices.  
We are reader-funded and publish digital content every weekday, two monthly newsletters, and biannual print issues.

Issue #7




32 pages packed with original journalism, art tutorials, poetry, interviews, and features exploring drag, prison art, Black Lives Matter, 80s Japan, memes, Iranian cinema, and much more

This issue was supported by the Metrolands Culture Fund

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The Radical Art Review is a print and digital magazine where art and culture meet activism. We tackle the politics of popular culture and provide a platform to emerging, marginalised, and disenfranchised artists.

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