The annual Berlin-based magazine was founded 1999 in Trondheim, Norway and focuses on drawing as an independent research and artistic practice. FUKT intends to uncover the potential forces of a medium such as drawing and its possibility to reach innumerable conceptual and expressive directions. The Norwegian/Swedish artist Björn Hegardt is the founder and editor of the magazine.
FUKT is an international magazine, inviting the most interesting artists and writers to present their views on contemporary drawing. The 10th issue of the magazine comprises works of 20 artists from 11 countries, as well as essays and interviews by 6 invited authors and curators.
Fukt is in constant transformation with all issues in different size and layout, made by the designer Ariane Spanier.
Contributors FUKT #11:
Anke Becker, Christian Weihrauch, Deanna Petherbridge, Eric Winarto, Frank Höhne, Frédéric Malette, Iliana Antonova, Teo Treloar, Leonard Rickhard, Michael Kutschbach, Bettina Krieg, Øyvind Torseter, Rik Smits, Robbie Cornelissen, Thérèse Mastroiacovo, Björn Hegardt, Thomas Müller, Tim Knowles, Andrew Hewish, Arno Kramer, Anonymous drawings, Lars Bang Larsen and C.F. Hill.