FORTH Magazine

FORTH was created to explore, examine, and expose the work of both established and up-and-coming artists and writers. Through these digital pages, we take readers into the world of the author, the mind of the poet, the vision of the artist, to gain a unique perspective of the often intriguing, sometimes haunting, always strange, little worlds of our most innovative creators. Our mission is to support writers and artists by exposing their work and exploring their lives, and to maintain a recurring set of innovative writers and journalists that you'll only see in our pages. Our content isn't classical or traditional. We publish short format writing for the modern reader and contemporary art that challenges the modern onlooker. Curated in Los Angeles, CA, FORTH represents art and literature in a way that resonates with an evolving need for interactive media. The West Coast is on the scene. Welcome and enjoy!
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Goodbye Summer: Photography by Adi Putra

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  “Bisou Magique”     “Float”     “Thrasher” Adi Putra is a Jakarta born photographer / filmmaker. After graduating from USC School of Cinematic Arts, he is now experimenting with various photography mediums and making music videos. His stylistic imagery is often surreal, nostalgic, and cinematic. His photographic expressions are an attempt to create…

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A Recipe for Love | Author Spotlight: Renee Swindle

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In Renee Swindle’s breezy third novel, A Pinch of Oooh La La  (August 5th/ Penguin-Random House) narrator Abbey Lincoln Ross, discovers that her artist boyfriend is having multiple affairs while watching a documentary about him at a film festival.  After suffering this spectacular public humiliation, Abbey pours all of all her energy into her Oakland…

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A Day at the Beach | Artist Spotlight: Daniel Rolnik

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I sat down with Daniel Rolnik, curator of his latest exhibit “Ultimate Beach,” and Om Bleicher, owner of BG Gallery. Daniel Rolnik traveled the entire perimeter of the United States to search for artists for the penultimate beach exhibit. He met some very eccentric and unique personalities along the way. Here’s what he had to say……

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People All Over The City: Photography

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Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, always brings a good mix of styles and steezes. You got your dirty scab kids, fresh-dressed hipsters, hip-hop homies, and pretty girls in summer dresses. Hundreds of attendees were able to catch RJD2 and Nick Waterhouse play for free at this year’s ‘Wicker Park Fest’. Some catching a glimpse from windows…

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