Category: Issues

The print edition of Kolaj Magazine comes out quarterly. Here are our issues.

Kolaj Magazine Year One Collector’s Pack

In its first year, Kolaj explored collage’s role in the world of contemporary art; asked the question “Is this collage?”; informed readers about collage exhibitions and events; and, most importantly, shined a spotlight on the work of collage artists from around the world.

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ISSN 1927-6893 | Published by Maison Kasini


Issue 4: Evolving Collage


Kolaj editor Benoit Depelteau reflects on the magazine’s first year.

Veeranganakumari Solanki profiles the magical realism of Manjunath Kamath.

Cory Peeke tells us all about collage on Tumblr.

Shane De Lange profiles a South African artist.

Paul Bright reports on collage at Volta NY and The Armory Show.

Nikki Soppelsa shows us her studio.

And much, much more

Issue Three: Fragments & Ideas


Kolaj editor Benoit Depelteau talks about fragments and ideas in collage

Billy Mavreas explores the textures & plans of resonance of collage artist Jacob Whibley.

Benoit Depelteau talks with Uncanny Artist owner Laura Stanziola.

Cory W. Peeke sits down with California artist David King.

Ric Kasini Kadour visits the Sinister Pop show at the Whitney.

We visit Marian Williams in her studio.

And much, much more

Issue Two: Is This Collage?


Kolaj editor Benoit Depelteau asks, “Is this collage?”

Ric Kasini Kadour tells how Venezuelan collage artist Alejandro Otero brought modernity to his country.

Kolaj editor Benoit Depelteau investigates collage as process with artist Emmanuel Laflamme.

Billy Mavreas’ “Collage Today & Everyday” explores collage culture.

Cory W. Peeke talks with four collage artists about their love of vintage materials.

We visit Carolina Chocron in her studio.

And much, much more

Issue One: Let’s Get This Collage Started


Kolaj Editor Benoit Depelteau interviews Boston-based Fred Free.

Jp King writes about the disfigurative collage of James Gallagher and Sophie Jodoin.

We learn that Liz Cohn is playing with a full deck in Portland, Oregon.

Billy Mavreas tells us about Felix Morel’s overwhelming visions.

Audrey Smith shows us her studio.

Portfolios from collage artists in Hartford, Connecticut; Chicago, Illinois; New York City; Madrid, Spain; & Johannesburg, South Africa

And much, much more