eMagazine - Issue 04
This is a digital issue of Islamic Arts eMagazine, available in PC, MAC and PDF file. Once downloaded it easily opens (as an application) on any computer and can be browsed and read offline.
Size (of the opened file): 1025x770 pixel (width-height)
File Size: PC file (31,5 MB), MAC file (32 MB) and PDF file (00 MB)
Publisher: MONOLIT, Association for promoting Islamic Arts
In this editorial we would like to share with our readers the tremendous feedback that we have received, in that the Islamic Arts Magazine is continuing to prove to be a very successful and worthwhile project. The quality of both content and presentation has been recognized by people from around the world. We have a steadily increasing number of subscribers and have received contact from people who would like to establish cooperation with us. Islamic Arts Magazine is a leader in the field of quality information about Islamic art, as well as an important source for the study of different topics concerning this genre.
It’s for these reasons that we are very pleased to present Issue No. 4 with very interesting content. Firstly, there are interviews with the various artists, including: the famous Turkish interior designer Zeynep Fadillioğlu and her work on the Şakirin Mosque in Istanbul; an exciting photographic cycle by the famous Bosnian photographer Jasmin Fazlagić, who portrays traditional clothing in Bosnia and Herzegovina; we also have an interview with the Tunisian conceptual artist, Ziad Helmi Zitoune, with his visual language and explicit interpretation of the acute problems of modern expression; young Bosnian calligrapher and “ebru” artist Alen Glušac, who discusses the “Spiritual and Artistic in Islamic Art;” and finally, the work of a new photographic talent from Cairo: Islam Nour and his very exciting photographic cycle.
Of special interest to our readers is an interview with graphic designer Muiz Anwar, whose work ranges from the typographic to the social studies. We bring you an interesting project called “Line and Research” by Talhaoui Mohammed and also present the not-for-profit organization: “Humantree”. There is also a great presentation of the Walters Art Museum, in Baltimore, Maryland, with its amazing Islamic art collection.
In addition, we present other topics that will take you on another interesting journey through Islamic art.
We hope that you will enjoy this new 258 page issue of Islamic Arts eMagazine.
Masterpiece of Islamic architecture
TAJ MAHAL - THE SYMBOL OF LOVE AND ARCHITECTURAL PERFECTION
TURKISH ART OF ILLUMINATION
Interview with Bosnian calligrapher Alen Glušac
SPIRITUAL AND ARTISTIC IN ISLAMIC ART
Interview with Turkish interior designer Zeynep Fadillioğlu
NEW WAY OF SEING AND BUILDING A MOSQUE
TRADITIONAL CLOTHING AND JEWELRY IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGVINA
MYSTERIES OF THE DESERT
Islamic Art Collection
ISLAMIC ART COLLECTION IN THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM
Inteview with British graphic designer Miuz Anwar
GRAPHIC EXPERIMENTATION THAT PUSH THE LIMITS OF LEGIBILITY
LOCAL ARTISTS, GLOBAL CHARITY
The Svrzo House
BOSNIAN TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE
Interview with Egyptian photographer Islam Nour
CAIRO - PHOTOGRAPHIC TREASURE
Interview with Tunisian artist Ziad Helmi Zitoun
SOCIAL REALITY THROUGH THE SOCIAL CONCEPT
Project of the Library of literature for decorative expression
LINE AND RESEARCH
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No, this is a digital version. By downloading you will receive an option to download three files: PC, MAC and PDF file. The files are zipped. Once you download them unzip the files. By clicking on an icon, the application opens and you can browse and read the eMagazine. The application is simulating flipping the pages as in a real book. A pdf file can be viewed on any device that supports the PDF (a computer, a laptop and a tablet). Please register to download our FREE ISSUE.
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The subscription was available until 2012. We have published 7 issues and all of them are available for purchase in our online shop. In 2012 Islamic Arts Magazine became the online Magazine. Our focus is now on creating Special Editions (eBooks) that will be available in 2013.
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