Monopol, Germany's number 1 contemporary art magazinelaunches free English-language iPad version -
featuring special content by artist Jonathan Meese as well as all content of the widely acclaimed print magazine.
Over the years, many collectors, artists, curators and gallery owners from around the world have asked Monopol to bring its innovative views and opinions to the English-speaking audience. The iPad now gives Monopol the opportunity to reach the international community.
Based in Berlin, one of the world's most pulsating cities and a melting spot for art, design, architecture, music and fashion, Monopol reports monthly on the contemporary German scene and the global art world.
Its imaginative and professional publishing, expert observations and outstanding visual appearance inform and inspire the readers on each of Monopol's platforms, whether print, online, web-TV, or now the iPad.
Monopol is the elite magazine for contemporary art and a
discerning lifestyle. It reports on the international world of art and
culture in an expert, informative and understandable style. It
covers the entire spectrum of refined living; in addition to the core
subject of modern art, it also covers design, architecture, fashion,
literature and film.
In 2008 the prestigious Lead Academy awarded it the distinction of being the
number one art magazine in Germany.
Articles that you will find on the iPad version include:
- an exclusive photo portfolio by Juergen Teller
- an extensive interview report plus video by German top artists Jonathan Meese exclusively for the Monopol iPad app
- 5 questions for Julian Schnabel around his latest film Miral
- a special report Art Basel Miami Beach / Friedrich Kunath
- Larry Clark, photography and film