Zines in art refer to self-published, small circulation publications that are created by artists.
These zines can take a variety of forms, including artist books, comics, and photographic prints.
They often feature the artist's own work and may include a mix of text and imagery. They can be created using a variety of techniques, from traditional printmaking methods to digital printing.
Art zines can be used as a way for artists to share their work with a wider audience and to experiment with new forms of expression.
They can also provide a platform for emerging artists to showcase their work and gain visibility. Artists can distribute their zines through a variety of channels, including art fairs, galleries, and independent bookstores, as well as through mail-order and online distribution.
Art zines can also be a way to present art in a more accessible and affordable way and to create a connection between the artist and the viewer. They can also be used as a way to create a sense of community among artists and to showcase the work of multiple artists in one publication.