BlackFlash Magazine is about photography and new media in art. We present critical opinions and ideas about contemporary art from across Canada, the United States and beyond. The magazine includes profiles, interviews, reviews, feature articles, and artist projects from both emerging and established artists, writers, and curators. We have just celebrated our 32nd year of publication and are one of the longest running art magazines in Canada. The magazine was founded in 1983 by the Photographer’s Gallery in Saskatoon, SK. under the name The Photographer’s Gallery. In 1984 the name was changed to BlackFlash.
BlackFlash nourishes innovation in photography and electronic art production, promotes energetic debate and showcases diverse voices and communities (local, regional, national and international) emerging and established artists and writers. BlackFlash is published in Saskatoon, SK., and is an internationally recognized resource and authority on Canadian and international contemporary art.
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BlackFlash could not exist without the generous support of the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council for the Arts, donors, and subscribers.