For our eighth issue, we bring you artists from the PRECIPICE: those fighting apartheid in Palestine, homophobia on the streets of Belfast, or eviction in Tanzania. We are also privileged to be showcasing inspirational artists breaking the stigma of homelessness and disability through their work. They remind us that art at its best creates belonging, even in isolation.
Our new issue is our biggest yet, with 5000 copies available across the UK
Released in the midst of lockdown, our first print issue saw 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.
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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.
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