Eyeline is a contemporary art magazine in Australia which publishes criticism and analysis of contemporary art, craft and related media. It is recognised for the quality of its writing, ideas and visual style, its extensive coverage and wide readership. In a unique content mix, Eyeline brings together exhibition and book reviews, artist interviews and monographs, specialist columns and researched articles on the ideas and issues which are shaping the arts today. Eyeline covers events and exhibitions throughout Australia, the Asia-Pacific and internationally and is an essential source of information and ideas to all those interested in what's new and what's happening in the visual arts. Eyeline is published three times per year. It has a readership of 36,000 and is distributed throughout Australia, New Zealand, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and in the United Kingdom through newsagents and to subscribers, bookshops, art institutions, libraries and galleries.
Art Magazine Submissions – Thank you for thinking of Eyeline. We welcome pitches and press releases however, before contacting us, we firstly ask that you have read Eyeline and understand our style and content. Eyeline is available for purchase with free postage or download the Eyeline app on the App Store or Google Play. Unfortunately, due to the volume of emails we receive, it isn’t possible for us to reply to everyone or provide feedback for all submissions.
Eyeline Publishing Limited
c/- Creative Industries QUT
Z2-202, Musk Avenue
Kelvin Grove Qld 4059
Ph: 61 7 3138 5521
Executive Editor: Sarah Follent
Business Manager: Rebecca Cason
Design: Damien Frost
Administration Assistant: Anna Litwinowicz
Interns: Emily Brain, Jessica Carmody, Deana Hamwood, Michael Law, Ryan Patterson, John Reano, Courtney Thomson.
Eyeline Publishing is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Eyeline Publishing is assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Eyeline Publishing is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
Eyeline Publishing is supported by Queensland University of Technology.