We are proud to present the latest issue of



with the main theme of the issue


In the new issue we focus on art that impacts on all the senses and its interaction with a viewer. We present a series of essays concerning taste, smell, hearing, sight, touch, as well as new senses such as the awareness of time passing or of our body position. However, the first step into sensory experience is our lenticular wobbling jelly cover, designed by Sam Bompas and Harry Parr — the leading experts in multi-sensory experience design.

The issue also features interviews with the guru of performance art, Marina Abramović, as well as with the artistic duo Pakui Hardware (Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda) on their confusing and uncanny organic-industrial art installations. We also present a portrait of Maria Pinińska-Bereś, a still undiscovered and somewhat forgotten Central European artist, whose art can be placed alongside pioneering works of the 1960s and 1970s. An investigation carried out as part of an article entitled
‘Taboo in Art’ will unravel the controversial topics that the art world never talks about. A moment of relaxation and a real feast for the eyes will impart a beautifully arranged visual essay where everything flows in the sticky, hyper-saturated photographs of Maisie Cousins. Fashion enthusiasts will enjoy Armada Terror in a photo shoot by Michał Korta organised exclusively for us, while those who are up-to-date with the latest technologies will appreciate an overview of designers whose activities are aimed at improving our bodies. With sensory experiences in mind, we have also prepared something for our youngest readers.

Contemporary Lynx Magazine in Print is an international and independent publication for art, design, collecting and photography on visual culture. With specially commissioned artwork, bespoke cover and a specific theme, it includes interviews with key figures in the art world and a range of insightful essays that debate current trends in arts. The magazine is printed biannually on the premium paper with a special artistic cover and international distribution among others at the top art fairs worldwide. The first issue was launched in April 2015, following two online issues published in 2014. So far, we published ten issues on thorough-researched topics such as: Aesthetics of the 90s, Migration, New Media Art, Art for All, Artificial Intelligence and Visionaries.

Contemporary Lynx Magazine 1 (11) 2019:

  • Cover price: 25 PLN / 10 GBP / 12 EUR / 20 USD
  • Language: English
  • 172 pages
  • Print run: 3000
  • ISSN: 2058-7465