Art & Money

2023
Editorial Design

In 2023, with the 3rd edition of Pubicritic, we considered it was time to explore the topic of ART & MONEY, reflecting on the world of art markets and recent changes. Nowadays, artificial image generation is everywhere, but can we accept it as an invisible prosthesis – a digital extension of our mind, our eyes, our hands – and can we create with its help? How do recent developments impact society and the role and livelihood of artists?

Exploring the ART & MONEY catalogue

Published in paperback, the catalogue comes with a printed fore edge to emphasize Publicritic’s atmosphere. Out of the received visual critiques (from a total of 48 countries), our international jury team shortlisted the best 30 posters and 20 GIFs. Browsing our publication, you can learn more about the relationship between art and economy from different perspectives, followed by the selected artworks.

Publicritic ART & MONEY catalogue and 3d-printed coins
Publicritic coins with ART & MONEY catalogue - containing awarded artwork

Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue containing selected artworks
Illustration of a mummy of money in the Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue
Static-image presentation of the Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue
Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue: spreads containing text and images

Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue: spread containing text and image

Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue: spreads containing jury members' bio
Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue: spreads containing text and images
Publicritic - ART & MONEY catalogue: list of shortlisted artists and contents
The winner work at the 3rd Publicritic urban exhibition in Oradea (RO)
Selected and winner works at the 3rd Publicritic urban exhibition in Oradea (RO)
Selected works at the 3rd Publicritic urban exhibition in Oradea (RO)
Selected works at the 3rd Publicritic urban exhibition in Oradea (RO)
3d-printed trophies at the Publicritic 2023 Awards Ceremony
Winners, organisers and supporters at the 3rd Publicritic Awards Ceremony

Design & Art Direction: Zsolt KOLCSÁR

Editing & Copywriting: Judit Eszter GAGYI

Editor-in-chief: Zoltán BALÁZS

Photography: Márk-Erik TORKOS

Translation: Alexandra HALÁSZ , András VOLONCS, Krisztina MAKKAI, Lehel SZÉCSI, Roland NEMES

Contributors: Eszter BÁLINT, Ottilia VERES, Titus POP

Publisher: Partium Press, ISBN 978-606-9673-49-2

Printed: Kapitális Press, Debrecen (HU)

Organizing Institutions: Partium Christian University, Department of Arts (Zoltán BALÁZS Head of Department); Saint Ladislaus Association (Dalma VARGA KORPOS, President of Association); noncommon.design studio (Zsolt KOLCSÁR, Judit Eszter GAGYI)

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Published & Awarded

Golden Pen Award - Selected

2023

IDA 2023 Bronze Award in Print/Books category

2023

Get the catalog for free

The free-downloadable Peripheries catalog brings you a variety of posters and GIFs which can be scanned & viewed with the help of the Artivive phone app. Browse, scan, explore & have a great Publicritic experience!
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Sixtus Sans

Kolcsár Zsolt
Heavy

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog

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