Spring 2010 Leo Castelli, Christo, David Raymond Conroy, Urs Fisher, Meschac Gaba, Thomas Houseago, Volker Hueller, Ian Kiaer, Matthieu Laurette, Bob Law, Robert Motherwell, Olaf Nicolai, Jim Shaw, Gedi Sibony and Erik and Harald Thys. AGMA is a quarterly publication dedicated to exhibition making. AGMA communicates with images, rather than words.
The aim is to favorite through visual reviews the circulation of the visual arts and help the reader to shape his own, authentic opinion completing the pivotal role brought by institutional and independent critique.
AGMA features deep coverages of a limited number of worldwide exhibitions overseen by a constantly changing editorial board.
AGMA aims to reveal under-seen exhibitions or to contextualize successful shows within the past season. Exhibitions promoted by established institutions or private galleries are presented in the same format as exhibitions occurred independent spaces or out-of-the-map locations. Too many valid experiences slowly get lost in oral history.
AGMA is made up of six different sections:
Exhibitions presents extensive visual reviews of recent exhibitions in galleries and institutions worldwide
Archive presents an historic exhibition
Studio presents an artist's studio
Collection presents a private collection
Depiction presents a commissioned artist project
Advertising presents a selection of published advertisements