The "ONE" Kiosk
The Kiosk One Section is a fine selection of International & Independant Art Magazines or Online Websites
that The ONE Museum enjoys and especially recommends to its visitors.
This selection is the sole responsibility and FREE choice of The ONE Museum and is in no way connected
with any special or ambivalent agreements with these magazines and has no advertising aspect.
The ONE Museum does not ask for any compensation for the selection made.
This list is not exhaustive and will naturally grow over time.
Any magazine not listed here which is interested in making itself known to the ONE Museum
is welcome to submit an application without the assurance of being selected.
The order of appearance on the page is not related to any preference on the part of The ONE Museum,
but solely to the chronological order of registration.
Direct link button to each website is provided…
Corridor Elephant is a non-profit association (law 1901) founded in 2012. Its aim is to show and relay contemporary photography, that which bears witness to our present, that which remains little exhibited, despite its quality, but also little or not published, and this, whatever its origin in the world.
Since its creation, the magazine corridorelephant.com has put online twenty exhibitions per month. Since 2013 Corridor Elephant has published some sixty photographic Ebooks, available on just over 500 digital platforms and in 51 countries (See the catalogue).
Since 2015 Corridor Elephant has published the magazine NIEPCEBOOK at a rate of three issues per year. NIEPCEBOOK is both a magazine and a collection, and has enabled more than 150 emerging photographers to see their work published and promoted.
Since 2015 Corridor Elephant has been publishing monographs, often first works. These books are in limited edition, numbered, signed by the photographers and certified by a cold stamp. They are available in the online bookshop of the website (See the Bookshop).
All the paper editions of Corridor Elephant are financed by means of participative editions (crowdfunding) intended as much to acquire the funds necessary for the realization of the books, as to communicate and promote the work of the photographer.
DEK UNU Magazine
Dek Unu Magazine was founded by photo-artists as a respectful, respectable alternative to small presses, literary magazines, and university journals, where accomplished, adventurous fine art photography often appears. We publish only one artist’s work and words in each of 11 monthly issues, online and in print, focused on showing more of each artist's work than the one or two images that might fit among the poems, stories, and articles in a more typical niche magazine. Because advertising is expensive and opportunities are rare, we promote each artist’s name and links extensively via mail, web, and social media and we send each featured artist the reach and reaction statistics from a minimum of three separate promos during their publication month. Not-for-profit and non-advertising, Dek Unu never charges a fee to artists to submit and splits proceeds of print sales 50-50 with each month's artist. Dek Unu does not theme issues to fit an advance plan; rather, we evaluate each month’s submissions for creative quality and narrative interest; so, beyond keeping an international focus and looking for issue-to-issue variety, our jurors never know what an issue will be until they see it.
Contemporary Photography & Art
Tagree.de promotes photographers & artists by publishing their works in the form of contributions with articles and portfolios on the site.
Tagree’s motto is: We are neither elitists nor dogmatists in the world of photography. We are not alien to the world but also do not follow the mainstream path of photography platforms. Our magazine is for all people who like exploring the diversity of visual arts.
A magazine for international photography & art: unknown artists meets well-known ones, pictures that touch meet pictures that evoke different associations, award-winning works meet works waiting for international attention.
A magazine where the reader is also a writer, where the viewer is also the creator. An open, free and independent magazine and at the same time, an incredible and powerful promotional tool. An instrument taking the discourse of thousands of photographers far beyond the social networks and be able to find real opportunities for the artist, opportunities making him grow and advance on his way to his personal goal. We want to be a meeting point between the different photography worlds, a link between galleries, agencies, festivals and photographers. A meeting point so that both worlds do not turn their backs but enrich one another.
We aim to create a collective space where we can gather the best documentary and artistic projects of the current photographic panorama. We want everyone having the opportunity to enrich their content through their projects and reflections, through their unique views, their incursion into the spaces where life develops. We want everyone feeling free to propose and to express their opinion and in return, their contact enriched by a collective inspiration immense source thanks to a joint project from all and for all.
Dodho Magazine was launched in April 2013 and is published in two independent channels, our online version from where you are reading these lines, and the printed version, published quarterly and that you can find in our store… ©Dodho Magazine/about
THE EYE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
The Eye of Photography is the ultimate digital magazine where everything about photography is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for all professionals and amateurs to see… for free. Whether you are working in this industry as a buyer or a collector, in a festival or a gallery, as a professional or simply an amateur enthusiast of photography, The Eye was made for you. The Eye informs you of the latest trends, record breaking auctions, breaking news, reveals a long awaited book publication, shares the discovery of up and coming stars, allows you to read in depth interviews and offers all you need to know about the next must see exhibition whether you live in New York, Paris, London, Berlin, Tokyo or Shanghai.
The Eye was born from the realization that no site on the web today regroups events, news and updates of the photography world all in one place. We believe that at a time when 1 billion people communicate through images using Facebook, Instagram, Flicker and other social media sites, it is time for Photography to have a place where all its forms, colors and trends can be expressed, visualized and archived.
Translated every day in English and French, The Eye wants to be the indispensable search tool for all the who’s-who and what’s-what in photography, as well as a place of inspiration for all amateurs and photography lovers…
©The Eye of Photography/About
1854 / British Journal of Photography
Contemporary Photography & Others
In 1854, the first issue of British Journal of Photography was published. With the likes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and George Bernard Shaw soon penning its pages, BJP would go on to become the longest-running and most influential photography publication in the world.
More than a century and a half later, BJP sits at the heart of the award-winning digital media company that is 1854.photography: a meeting place between the art and commerce of photography. Through world-leading arts journalism, an internationally renowned awards programme and a commissions platform connecting the best new talent with international brands, we sit at the intersection of photography and everything.
We believe Photography is humankind's most accessible, democratic and powerful form of communication. Through Photography, 1854 tels story of Art, Culture, Politics, History and Society. We discover and promote new artists. And we help brands develop cause-conscious, visual-led campaigns that cut through the noise.
Julio Bittencourt grew up between Sao Paulo and New York. His main interest is to, through different stories, investigate the relationship between man and his environment. His works have been exhibited in
museums and galleries in several countries and published in magazines such as Foam Magazine, GEO, Stern, TIME, The Wall Street Journal, Courrier International, C Photo, The Guardian, The New Yorker, Esquire, French Photo, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, LFI and Leica World Magazine, among several others. Bittencourt is the author of three books - ‘In a window of Prestes Maia 911 building’, ‘Ramos’ and 'Dead Sea’.
Born in 1988 in Seoul, South Korea, the artist lives and works in Versailles, France.
After two years of military service in South Korea, he became involved in the graphic and visual arts. He studied in several institutions and deepened his methods of expression serving multiple inspirations. He graduated from the "Beaux-Arts" in 2019, and is currently pursuing his research on metamorphoses and anthropomorphic figures in tension.
"His work stakes out the boundaries of figuration and non-figuration. From the depth of black emerges the clarity of forms. His works are part of the continuum of the History of Art by synthesizing various aesthetics, but the intensity of feelings remains the spontaneous dynamic of his virtuoso expression.
The ONE Museum is particularly proud to welcome this young and already extremely talented artist to the ONE Museum's group of Permanent Artists. We are absolutely certain that he will have a rich and brilliant career.