*Hi-Fructose is a quarterly print art magazine, founded by artists, Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Hi-Fructose focuses squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is relevant, informative and original. Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world all of which help to define the future of art in our culture.
*This magazine can not be checked out. It must be read in the library.
Due to your requests, the Arts, Music, & Recreation Division now has some circulating magazine titles. Some of these include Country Living, ESPN, GQ, and House Beautiful. Ask about these in the Arts Division.
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The Central Library subscribes to hundreds of magazines and journals. Current issues are shelved in the subject departments; older issues (some going back to the nineteenth century) are kept in storage, where they are easily retrieved when requested. Most of our magazines don’t leave the building, so the issue you need should always be here.
Click here to see a listing of the magazines in the Arts, Music and Recreation Department.
Popular titles such as Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Better Homes and Gardens, and Bride’s are here, but we also have some titles that might be a surprise.
Here are some glimpses of recent issues, plus a gem from the vaults.
Artforum, January 2012. “Dark Matter” article about Chinese artist Liu Wei.
Guitar Player, April 2012. Find out what Fender Machetes and Badcat Bobcats are and why they are some of the best guitar gear of 2012.
Antiques Roadshow Insider, April 2012. Features an article on collectible comic books.
Outside, April 2012. The “wanderlist” includes a visit to Sweden’s treehotel.
Vogue January 15, 1914 featured “The latest refinements of the motor car- the liveries and duties of the chauffeur.”
Vogue January 2012 features actress Meryl Streep.