about worldwidereview

Worldwidereview is the number one site for art and culture reviews in the world. We have a mix of open submissions and regular reviewers, with no restriction on subject, though with a focus on contemporary art. Each week the ten best reviews are chosen to be put on the front page. This mix of openness and criticalness makes worldwidereview unique.


You can review anything you like.. 
Or something you hate. Anywhere in the world.
Who decides what gets reviewed?  You do now. 

Every artist, movie, meal, holiday, exhibition, play, experience,
in every place deserves a review that everyone can read.

See, do, eat something. 
Think about, enjoy, judge, criticise it
Go to www.worldwidereview.com
Click on the write a review button. 

Write what you think. 
Be anonymous, be yourself, use a pseudonym. 
Change, improve, give up on it.
Say what you really think. 
Write anonymously if you want. 
Write in any language and in any style, smooth, rough, short or long. 
When you're happy with your review hit the submit review button. 

Your review will now be online for the world. 

Don't leave it to someone else to decide what's good and bad. 
Being critical make things better. 

Review your world.


copyright and using worldwidereviews


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If possible, information about  worldwidereview should also be given. 

Please email rudi@worldwidereview.com if you have any questions about reproducing or quoting from worldwidereviews.

All reviews remain copyright of worldwidereview.com

Worldwidereview may send out reviews in emails, delete or edit them, use them in promotional material, or reproduce them in any other way.



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some press about worldwidereview


contemporary, (http://www.contemporary-magazine.com) the world's most widely distributed art magazine, in its profile of Hannah Starkey quotes in full Rog's worldwidereview of the artist. (issue 67 special issue on photography)


http://www.netartreview.net said this

:: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 ::

Here is a great resource that is scheduled to become part of the fix this coming Saturday:

Worldwidereview.com. This website is completely dynamic. Anyone can contribute a review, just follow the instructions. The best part is that reviews are open to any art medium. Jasper Joffe, administrator and editor of the site, is encouraging international submissions; at the moment, most of the reviews focus on London. So dig in and write away.
:: Eduardo Navas [+] ::


the bbc collective (their worldwidereview)
has added worldwidereview to their links section

The Independent have been wise enough to review worldwidereview.com (just below Jesus).

Click here to read what they said.

You can see what worldwidereview used to be like at the internet archive.