What is FUKT?
FUKT is a magazine for contemporary drawing. It comes without ads, beautifully designed with a focus on the visual, with occasional interviews with interesting artists and essays by engaging authors. The design and format are changing for each issue.
How long has FUKT been around?
Established in Trondheim, Norway 1999 and based in Berlin, Germany since 2001.
Who is behind the publication?
Björn Hegardt is the editor and Ariane Spanier is doing the design. We also have help from
Maria Nogueira and Stephie Becker with design.
How often is FUKT published?
Annually, usually in september each year.
What does Fukt mean?
Other than the obvious meaning, it also translates “moist” or “damp” in Norwegian and Swedish.
Can I subscribe to FUKT?
No, not for the moment. Too much of an obligation for us.
Where can I buy FUKT?
Check under Contact to find out stores selling FUKT. Or ask your local art bookshop to order! If you have a bookshop, the best is to take contact directly with one of our distributors (check contact). Some issues you can also find by searching Amazon.
We do also ship directly from our studio, just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which issue you would like to purchase.
I do great drawings. Can I contribute to FUKT?
Yes! Just send an e-mail to email@example.com with a link to a website or some samples of work (jpgs, not too big).
We do our best to reply, but it’s not always possible – we are doing a lot of other things beside Fukt magazine. Sometimes a reply comes months later. We do look at all the work though!