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BETH DUNLOP

MODERN Magazine, Editor in Chief

Beth Dunlop is an award-winning editor, writer, and architecture critic. She is the author of thirteen books including The Tropical Cottage; Miami: Mediterranean Splendor and Deco Dreams; Aqua: Miami Modern by the Sea; Arquitectonica; Building a Dream: The Art of Disney Architecture; A House for My Mother: Architects Build for Their Families, and co-author with Joanna Lombard, of Great Houses of Florida and The Architecture of Duany and Plater-Zyberk. She has also contributed essays to books on architecture, art, and urbanism. She was editor-in-chief of an expanding group of regional design/shelter magazine titles, of which HOME Miami was the flagship, and created the online-only HOME Los Angeles. She was also the Miami Herald’s longtime architecture critic and has written extensively for such design and architecture magazines as House & Garden, Metropolitan Home, Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, and many more. She served as guest editor for the Wolfsonian’s Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Volume 23, and has edited a number of university and academic publications. She has served on such awards juries as the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and has been a lecturer at design centers, universities, libraries, and museums.

“THE VIBRANT PAGES OF MODERN MAGAZINE BRING LIFE TO 2OTH CENTURY DESIGN AND OFFERS A CONTEXT FOR CONTEMPORARY WORK. OUR APPROACH TO DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, AND THE DECORATIVE ARTS IS A FRESH, LIVELY, AND INTELLIGENT ONE THAT APPEALS TO THE COLLECTOR AND THE CONNOISSEUR ALIKE.”

CARA BARRESE

MODERN Magazine, Publisher

Cara Barrese is the Publisher of Modern Magazine as well as Senior Account Manager for Art in America and Artnews. She joined Art in America in 2001 and relocated to Los Angeles as the West Coast Ad Manager from 2005-2015 before returning to New York. Prior to joining Art in America, Ms. Barrese was an Outside Sales Manager at Corbis Images and an Advertising Representative at Artnews. Ms. Barrese received her B.A. from Hofstra University where she majored in Art History. She currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband and son.

“MODERN BOASTS AN AUDIENCE OF PASSIONATE DESIGN COLLECTORS AND TRENDSETTING DESIGNERS. AN AFFLUENT GROUP OF MODERN’S COMPELLING EDITORIAL, CONSISTENT REACH INTO THE DESIGN COMMUNITY, AND VISIBILITY AT TOP DESIGN AND ART EVENTS, YIELDS RESULTS FOR OUR LOYAL ADVERTISING BASE.”

DESIGN IN THE DETAILS

RECURRING EDITORIAL FEATURES
EXTRA ORDINARY

The history of a common object that has shaped modern life

BEHIND THE NUMBERS

The fascinating history and provenance of a single important auction lot

FORM AND FUNCTION

News and notes from the worlds of design, architecture and art

PRESERVATION PULPIT

A look at modernist buildings worth saving or celebrating

DESIGNER PROFILE

Talking with or learning from a designer whose life and work change our lives

GALLERY WALK

A glimpse into the rich and fertile world of some of the world’s leading design galleries

STUDIO TOUR

Behind the scenes visits with some of designs brightest creative lights

GRADING SYSTEM

A case study of a designer or maker offering a “report card” on value

UP CLOSE

Conversations with leaders in the field – collectors, curators, scholars, sellers

CURATOR’S EYE

Museum specialists, select a favorite object from their modern decorative arts collection

CURRENT THINKING

Thoughts, whether gentle or provocative, on an issue affecting material culture today

PARTING SHOT

A building, space, or place to discover, savor, and treasure

SPECIAL FOCUS

SPRING

The Art of Lighting

SUMMER

Preserving Modern Architecture

FALL

High Design for Floors and Walls

WINTER

Miami

*Editorial focus subject to change.

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DESIGN IN THE NUMBERS

READERSHIP*

Our loyal readership of 40,000+ consider the magazine an intelligent, critical publication.

Our readers are smart, sophisticated and passionate about design.


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Post College Degree
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President / Chief Officer
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Our readers are serious, dedicated collectors.


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DESIGN ON THE SCENE

MODERN HAS DISTRIBUTION AT THE FOLLOWING ART AND DESIGN FAIRS :

WINTER  
Design Miami Issue  
Design Miami Miami Beach, FL
Art Basel Miami Miami Beach, FL
Miami International Art Fair Miami, FL
Art Palm Beach West Palm Beach, FL
Winter Antiques Show New York, NY
Palm Springs Modernism Palm Springs, CA
NY Ceramics & Glass Fair New York, NY
   
SPRING  
Collective New York, NY
The Armory Show New York, NY
LA Modernism Show Los Angeles, CA
WantedDesign New York, NY
Frieze New York, NY
ICFF New York, NY
Architectural Digest Home Design Show New York, NY
TEFAF New York, NY
   
SUMMER  
Design Miami/Basel Issue  
Art Hamptons Bridgehampton, NY
Design Miami/Basel Basel, CH
Dwell on Design Los Angeles, CA
Masterpiece London, UK
   
FALL  
Fall Design Show Preview  
Expo Chicago Chicago, IL
Frieze London, UK
FIAC Paris, FR
Design Élysées Paris, FR
SOFA Chicago, IL
The Salon: Art + Design New York, NY
PAD London London, UK
   

DESIGN IN ADVERTISING

A CLIENT SNAPSHOT

GALLERIES + MAKERS
Antoine Proulx, Arizona
Be Modern, Milan
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC, New York
Collage 20th Century Classics, Dallas, TX
Craig Van Den Brulle, New York
Cristina Grajales, New York
Delorenzo, New York
Demisch Danant, New York
Didier Ltd, London
Dragonette Ltd., Los Angeles, CA
Espasso, New York, Los Angeles, CA
FLOS Lighting, NY, Italy
Friedman Benda, New York
Gagosian Gallery, New York
Galerie 54, Paris
Galerie Alexandre Guillemain, Paris
Galerie Downtown François Lafanour, Paris
Galerie Jacques Lacoste, Paris
Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris
Galerie Philippe Gravier, Paris
Galerie Ulrich Fiedler, Berlin
Galerie Van den Akker, New York
Galleria Colombari, Milan
Gallery Seomi, Seoul
Gill & Lagodich, New York
Guéridon, New York
Hirschl & Adler, New York
Jason Jacques Gallery, New York
Jerome Sohier, Brussels
Jousse Entreprise, Paris
Kenny Schachter/ROVE, London
L’Art de Vivre, New York
Ligne Roset, US
Liz O’Brien, New York
Lobel Modern, New York
Lost City Arts, New York
Maison Gerard, New York
Michael Dunbar. New York
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York
Miguel Saco, New York
Moderne Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Modernica, Los Angeles, California
Modernity, Stockholm
Ornamentum, Hudson, NY
Primavera Gallery, New York
ReinsteinRoss, New York
Robert Kuo, Los Angeles, CA
Rocket Gallery, London
Roman Thomas, New York
Silas Seandel, New York
Throckmorton Fine Art, New York
Todd Merrill Antiques, New York
Valerie Goodman Gallery, New York
Valerio Art Deco, Coral Gables, FL
Vallois, Paris
Vintage Modern, San Francisco, CA
Vintage Modern Glasshouse, New York
Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

FAIRS
ArtPalmBeach
Architectural Digest Design Show, New York
Design Miami, Basel
Design Miami, Miami Beach
Design Elysées, Paris
LA Modernism Show
Palm Springs Modernism
Expo Chicago
Cologne Fine Art and Antiques
FIAC, Paris
Fog Design + Art, San Francisco, CA
Frieze Art Fair, New York, London
LA Art Show, Los Angeles
Masterpiece, London
PAD, London, Paris, New York
Print Dealers Association, New York
ICFF, New York
Salon Art +Design, New York
SOFA, Chicago, IL
The Armory Show, New York
The Pier Antiques Show, New York
The New York Ceramics and Glass Fair Wanted Design, New York
Winter Antiques Show, New York

AUCTION HOUSES
Bonhams, New York, Los Angeles
Bruun Rasmussen, Denmark
Cambi Casa d’Aste, Genova
Christie’s, US, Europe
Dorotheum, Vienna
Galerie Fischer Auktionen, Switzerland
Freeman’s, Philadelphia
HERR Auction House, Germany
Heritage Auction Galleries, Dallas
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Modern Auctions, Los Angeles, CA
Phillips, NY, London
PIASA, Paris
Pierre Bergé & Associés, Brussels
Rago Arts and Auction Center, NJ
Sotheby’s, US, Europe
Skinner, Boston
Wright Auctions, Chicago

MUSEUMS + FOUNDATIONS
Arkitekturmuseet, Stockholm
Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, CT
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York
Driehaus Museum, Chicago
The Glass House, New Canaan, CT
Modernism Museum, Mount Dora, FL
Museum of Art and Design, NY
Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
The Wolfsonian, Miami, FL

MISC.
Art Service LTD.
Crozier Fine Arts
Decoration & Design Building
Hermès, Paris
Hotel Americano, New York
International Freight Logistics
Morgans Hotel Group
Raleigh Hotel, Miami Beach

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ISSUE AD RESERVATION MATERIALS DUE ON SALE DATE
SPRING 2017 01/23/17 01/30/17 03/14/17
SUMMER 2017 04/25/17 05/02/17 06/13/17
FALL 2017 07/11/17 07/18/17 08/29/17
WINTER 2018 10/17/17 10/24/17 12/05/17

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