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Daily Constitutional, A Publication for the Artist's Voice is a submission based, artist-run publication featuring artist's writing, art criticism, dialogue and projects. Daily Constitutional was founded in 2005 by artist John Henry Blatter in Richmond, Virginia as an outlet and forum for the individual artist's voice.

History

The first issue was debuted at Scope Miami International Art Fair, December 2005.

Mission

The mission of this publication is to provide an outlet and forum for the individual artist's voice, rather than the cacophony that is the art world at large (galleries, critics, curators, museums, patrons and finally the artists themselves). To provide a place to express, exchange and discuss, without interpretation, the artist's opinions, ideas and discoveries within one's practice. This publication can only be made possible, through a collaboration of individual artists.[1]

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