About Art in Print

Art in Print aims to serve the needs of the international museum, collector, artist, scholar, and print dealer communities, as well as to offer an entry point for people outside the field. Art in Print is concerned with both the print’s existence as an object and as a specific and determining mode of communication.

Art in Print was founded in 2011 to provide a venue for critical and scholarly writing about artist’s prints, both historical and contemporary, and to provide a central resource for print information, news, and events. The Art in Print website and journal address topics from Dürer to Warhol, from Beijing to Brooklyn and from connoisseurship to vandalism.

The Art in Print journal appears six times a year and is available as a printed journal and as a digital publication. Each issue includes feature articles and reviews of recent books, exhibitions and new editions, written by an international array of scholars, artists, and critics. In addition, each issue includes a survey of gallery, museum, printshop, and market news and events.

Artinprint.org provides free access to reviews of exhibitions, editions, and books; a worldwide calendar of print exhibitions, fairs, auctions, lectures and other events; links to information on the history, making, and collecting of prints; and a selection of articles from the Art in Print journal. Additional content and PDF downloads of the journal are available to Art in Print subscribers.

Special Thanks to Sanford Schulert, Kathryn Hedgepeth, Mary Murphy, Daniel Reid, Deanna Roll and András Bőhm of the Chicago Arts & Business Council / Business Volunteers for the Arts. Their advice and support has been essential to the future of Art in Print.

Art in Print is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Funders include The National Endowment for the Arts, The Dedalus Foundation, The Samuel H. Kress Foundation, The IFPDA Foundation, The Schwab Charitable Trust, The California Community Foundation, Arts and Business Council of Chicago, as well as individual donors. Please help support Art in Print.


 
 

Submissions

Articles and Reviews—We are happy to consider proposals for articles or reviews on subjects related to the history or current state of artists’ prints, in the broadest meaning of the term. We strongly encourage writers to look at articles and reviews we have published to get a sense of what we do. If you are interested in writing for us, please send a query email with your proposed subject, a brief writing sample (500-1,000 words), and short bio describing your background, location and interests to Susan Tallman, st[at]artinprint.org. You may include relevant images, but please keep them small for the initial proposal.

Feature articles usually run 2000-3000 words. They must be fully footnoted and sourced. Exhibition, new edition, and book reviews run from 500 to 1,000 words. Art in Print reserves the right to terminate commissions if the authors have misrepresented themselves, or diverged from the deadline, topic, or format of the proposed submission.

 
 
 
Announcements—Please email announcements of new exhibitions, edition, publications or other news to info[at]artinprint.org with the following information:
Exhibitions: Title, venue, city, dates, and a 200 word blurb explaining the subject.
Editions: Artist Name, Title (year), medium, dimensions, edition size, printer/publisher, price.
Books and catalogues: Author Name(s), Title, number of pages, number of illustrations, publisher, price.
Images must be 300 dpi and at least 1500px wide.
An optional explanatory paragraph may be included, though will not be published as-is.

Competitions: the Art in Print Prix de Print

Each bi-monthly issue of Art in Print features a full-page reproduction and brief essay about the work of one artist, chosen by an outside juror. Jurors include artists, curators, printers, publishers and dealers from around the world.

Who can enter?
We can accept one submission per subscription per issue. The subscriber can be an artist, publisher, printshop, gallery or other organization.

How do I submit?
Submit your entry through our online form.

When to enter:
The deadline is the first of every odd-numbered month: 1 January, 1 March, 1 May, 1 July, 1 September, 1 November.

Do I have to be a subscriber to submit?
Yes. Art in Print is a not-for-profit organization and we depend on member support for all our programs. Subscriptions start at $38.

I’m a student. I can’t afford to subscribe.
Read about all the advantages of a subscription here! You can’t afford NOT to subscribe!

I work for a university whose library subscribes. Can I submit?
We can accept one submission per issue cycle (every two months) from any given subscription. So if more than one person in your department wants to submit, take turns.

Subscriptions

Subscriptions are available at multiple levels, beginning at $38.
Subscribers receive extended access to website, weekly “news of the print world” tip-sheets, in addition to six journal issues per year. For more information about subscriptions click here.
Back issues of Art in Print can be purchased through MagCloud.

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Contact Us

Art in Print
Attn: R. Collins
3500 N Lake Shore Drive, Suite 10A
Chicago, IL 60657

info[at]artinprint.org

1-844-ART-INPR (1-844-278-4677)