Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of
articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Raw
Vision is a British magazine devoted to outsider art and edited by
John Maizels. It features content about the subject worldwide. Raw
Vision was founded by John Maizels, then an art teacher, in 1989 as
twice annual publication with a small freelance staff and text
contributed by scholars. Each issue featured around ten artists, as
well as covering general news on the subject of outsider art. By
1991, there were 700 subscribers. Raw Vision has been described as
"outsider art's Rolling Stone" and, in 2007, as the only
publication in Britain whose exclusive content is outsider art.
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