Distribution and subscriptions
|ZUM is a contemporary photography magazine by the Moreira Salles Institute. ZUM brings visual essays, articles and interviews by national and international artists and writers on photography and visual culture.
ZUM magazine is published twice a year, in April and October, since 2011, with exclusive content, printed on national and international papers.
Subscribers receive a limited-edition poster with each issue HERE.
Check the summaries for each printed issue HERE.
This website, the online version of ZUM, frequently publishes new content, complementing the printed magazine with essays, interviews, articles and columnists.
To keep up with our activities, you can subscribe to ZUM’s monthly newsletter, which brings a selection of relevant content about photography worldwide, as well as suggestions of contests, awards and highlights from our archive. Sign in!
Once a year, ZUM grants two unpublished artistic projects with the ZUM/IMS Photography Scholarship. Meet the recipients of past editions HERE.
The ZUM Festival takes place annually at Moreira Salles Institute, in São Paulo, with a broad program of talks, debates, workshops, exhibitions and a photobook fair. See the program of previous years HERE or watch the debates HERE.
Every year, ZUM promotes the Call for Photobooks, to map and highlight contemporary photography publications. Books sent to the call are incorporated into the collection of the IMS Photography Library.
Send portfolios or article suggestions to email@example.com.
For reviews, books can be sent to the address below. All books received are later incorporated into the collection of the IMS Photography Library.
Moreira Salles Institute has made every effort to contact all the rights holders of images and texts and welcomes any further information in this regard. Originals sent without ZUM’s request will not be returned. The opinions expressed in the articles and images are the sole responsibility of the authors.
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ISSN (site): 2448-1009
ISSN (magazine): 2237-2059