London, 12th February 2024
Art Quarterly is now available for digital subscriptions for institutions
Academic, public, government, museum, gallery and corporate libraries can now subscribe to the digital edition of Art Quarterly, delivered through Exact Editions’ publishing platform. Subscription includes unlimited access to issues from 2019 onwards, as well as all new issues as they are published.
Art Quarterly is the official magazine of Art Fund, the national charity that brings people and museums together to share in great art and culture. Each issue combines interviews with artists, curators and collectors and in-depth features on themes connected to upcoming exhibitions around the UK. The 20 archived issues on the platform are packed with insightful information on UK museums, galleries and historic houses, as well as how funding initiatives are amplifying the work of museums, enriching their collections and building their audiences.
Art Quarterly’s institutional subscribers will benefit from a site license to the magazine, which includes cross-platform compatibility with all web, iOS and Android devices. With an advanced Boolean search function, contents pages are linked for intuitive navigation, and issues can also be downloaded for offline reading via the Exactly app.
Institutional subscriptions to Art Quarterly are now available via the Exact Editions website:
Art Quarterly Editor Helen Sumpter said: “We’re very excited that Art Quarterly will now be reaching new, worldwide audiences through institutional sales via the accessible medium of Exact Editions’ digital publishing platform.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “As an essential compendium of what’s happening in UK galleries and museums, Art Quarterly is set to be a desirable e-resource for art library departments across the globe, and our institutional sales team’s experience in licensing popular art titles will ensure that they will be able to benefit from Art Fund’s knowledge and expertise in the museum and gallery sector.”