Art Style | Art & Culture International Magazine, an open-access, biannual, and peer-reviewed online magazine devoted to art and culture, invites the submission of extended essays and scholarly articles.

Art Style Magazine publishes both themed issues and issues with a variety of themes. If you are interested in publishing in the current themed edition, check out the call for papers for details on the upcoming editions. You are also welcome to contribute an extended essay or scholarly article on one of our past issues’ themes or a new subject. You just need to follow our Author Guidelines and submit your essay or scholarly article for evaluation. We will get back to you with acceptance or nonacceptance feedback after the reviewers have evaluated your contribution. If your submission is accepted, we will inform you about the publication schedule.

Art Style Magazine also organizes special editions for experienced guest editors. A special edition is an excellent opportunity for a guest editor to participate as a co-editor with the magazine’s editorial team. If you are interested, please check out the Guest Editors’ Guidelines for more information.

Call for Papers

The themes of the upcoming editions are:

Authors should also be informed about the following procedure of publication:

For more information, see:

Author Guidelines

Peer-Review Process

Authorship and Contributorship

Editorial Policies

Research Publishing Ethics

Terms & Conditions

For the current and upcoming submissions, we ask the authors to provide their ORCID IDs.

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a globally establishing standard for the unique assignment of scientific authors to their own publications. The ORCID iD as a persistent identifier allows the unique differentiation of authors, e.g. in the case of identical names, name changes or different spellings. It is independent of location and reflects changing affiliations. It thus contributes to the better visibility of authors and their publication output. Increasingly, publishers and research funders require an ORCID iD for the submission of publications or applications.