Daily Serving relies on an amazing team of peer organizations who support our work through social media and content sharing, co-publishing, and new program generation. Together, we combine our strengths to bring you the best in contemporary art.

Art Practical:
Art Practical is our partner publication, co-published by the California College of the Arts. It’s the leading magazine for the Bay Area visual arts, sparking dialogue in the community by providing nuanced critical commentary and formative public programming. Since its launch in October 2009 it has promoted the Bay Area’s role in the international art scene, created an archive of its contemporary artistic practices, and fostered its artistic production through reviews, interviews, profiles, and thematic issues.

BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981. The founders—New York City based artists and writers—created BOMB because they saw a disparity between the way artists talked about their work among themselves and the way critics described it.

Named Apple’s iPad App of the year, and one of TIME‘s top 50 innovations, Flipboard creates a personalized magazine out of everything being shared with you. Use your Ipad or Iphone to follow DailyServing in the beautiful Flipboard interface.

Guernica is an award-winning online magazine of ideas, art, poetry, and fiction published twice monthly. Guernica Daily is updated every weekday. Guernica is a 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax-deductible.

Founded and edited by award-winning writer Joobin Bekhrad, REORIENT is a publication celebrating contemporary Middle Eastern arts and culture, primarily focusing on the areas of visual art, film, music, and literature.

Kadist Art Foundation is a non-profit arts organization that believes the arts make a fundamental contribution to a progressive society. Its programs actively encourage the engagement of artists, often represented in its collection, with the important issues of today to promote their role as cultural agents. Local programs in Kadist’s hubs of Paris and San Francisco, include exhibitions, public events, residencies, and educational initiatives.

Kapsul is a platform for collaboratively creating collections of images, videos, and texts online. Kapsul aims to help contemporary art curators, artists, educators, and enthusiasts find, organize, and share elements of visual culture in collaborative units called Kapsuls.