Not sure about the readability of the entirety, nor about the colors for the text. Any tips would be great.
Also, someone told me that all that whitespace down there is a good thing... seems almost too empty though.
Not sure why anyone would bother answering if you've already chosen what you see as the "correct" answer :) You might do better to wait a bit before hitting that "correct" button so quickly. Anyway....
I mostly agree with Lucian, however....
Everything else is readable though. I too would remove the forward slash before "2018". It's superfluous. I so however also feel "THE" is far too close to the left edge. Also not sure why "THE" is all uppercase when "introducing" isn't.
If you were to place these on the right side, they'd throw the rest of the deign off balance. If you were to leave then configured horizontally and center them, again, they'd throw off the balance of the rest of the piece. By stacking them and centering, crest above the URL, you maintain balance overall and get them out of that lower left corner. Becuase of this alteration I might consider reducing the size of the primary art a bit and moving "2018" slightly closer to the border on multicolored art.
The other two answers are very good.
I'd like to add that the "IMP" looks slightly shifted to the left compares to the "ART". This is mainly due to the whiteapace in the P of IMP and the A of ART. You could try to move the IMP slightly to the right (will result in the logo being geomentrically imperfect) or adjusting the letters A and P. This font has no Serif but maybe adding a foot to the P might help.
Whitespace is good, i would actually shrink down the main illustration (everything above 2018) while keeping it centered, to add some more whitespace at the top and on the sides. I would remove the "/" before 2018 and move the URL up so it gets centered vertically with the round symbol on the left.
The IMP/ART/MAG looks very industrial, while the Introducing, THE, /2018 form an informal contrast. That's fine.
I could read the Introducing without problems, while English isn't my mother tongue. But both, Introducing and THE are struggling for the introducing role on the language level. For my taste, one is too much. I would sacrifice the THE. From the balance, some other graphical element at that place might be ok and needed, to get a good balance and prevent a too static look.
I agree on the inconsistency of uppercase in THE, and the slash before the year. The logo in the lower left looks ok for me.