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Tue, 27 Aug 2019

Luxury Quarterly Tribal Art Magazine Offers Subscriptions To 15-Year Archive

London, 27th August 2019

Luxury Quarterly Tribal Art Magazine Offers Subscriptions To 15-Year Archive

Quarterly publication Tribal Art Magazine has joined forces with digital publishing experts Exact Editions to create a brand new fully-searchable archive of back issues spanning 15 years. Individuals and institutions can now subscribe to the cutting-edge digital resource, which is readily accessible across web, iOS and Android.

The magazine demonstrates a dedicated commitment to the promotion of knowledge about, and the appreciation of, Tribal Art. Each issue’s 160 pages are brimming with in-depth articles authored by international scholars and specialists, reviews of exhibitions, interviews with key figures in the industry, histories of objects and collections, and comprehensive coverage of the latest art market news.

Thanks to Exact Editions’ innovative platform, the archived magazine’s content is fully searchable for the very first time, offering a unique browsing experience. The depth and breadth of content renders the digital resource an extremely functional research tool for students, artists, historians, authors, librarians and museum professionals alike, as well as anyone interested in world culture.

Tribal Art Magazine is available in the Exact Editions institutional and individual shops here:



Publishing Director Alex Arthur said: “We’re delighted with this new opportunity for digital subscription revenue in both the individual and institutional realm. 15 years’ worth of issues have been brought to life through the platform and I have no doubt that art enthusiasts and professionals will be delighted with the innovative search functions."

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “Tribal Art Magazine’s compelling visuals look stunning across the web and mobile devices. It’s wonderful that a magazine covering such an important element of world culture can now be searched and shared at the touch of a button.”

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