Trusted by over 200,000 readers yearly, Art in America is the equivalent of the Yellow Pages for American art. A vital necessity for anyone within the art world, this comprehensive catalogue has details, names, phone numbers, and addresses of everyone you need to know, from emerging to well established names. Aimed at all types of art professional, this publication is also useful for anyone wishing to enter the art world, mapping the networks that need to be navigated to become successful in American contemporary art.
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Published but once a year, Art in America is a relatively complete catalogue of the contemporary visual American art world.
Aimed at collectors, critics, dealers, artists, gallery owners, and other art professionals, there is little here for mere aficionados, but the committed art lover will find it a useful what’s-on guide. Art in America reads like the Yellow Pages of American Art, featuring an alphabetically arranged index of artists, art schools, art services, auction houses, and galleries, as well as exhibitions arranged by State, and a list of prints and editions available to buy, all cross-referenced to each other. Also featured are obituaries and benchmarks of contemporary art. Founded in 1913, Art in America has become a trusted spokesman for the American art world, and is consistently up-to-date and cutting edge.
Art In America magazine previews worthwhile exhibitions for the coming year, and reviews the previous season’s successes. There are some beautiful photographs of various visual artworks, but these are for the purpose of promotion rather than the subject of focus. With an exciting and constantly updated website to supplement and inform the magazine, it is a vital necessity for anyone within the art world, or anyone looking to enter it.
Previous cover images are available from Newsstand, providing an invaluable resource for anyone looking to research the American art trends in previous years.