Without prints you don’t understand the culture of the world—Leo Steinberg
Art in Print offers important and timely writing on art and prints by an international array of curators and critics, artists and scholars. Our reach is global, and encompasses the complete history of printed images from ancient China to 21st century Brooklyn.
To see what this means, download our first issue for free; read about the changing ethos of museums, about pop-up paper organs in the 17th century, or woodcuts and video in the 21st.
The Art in Print journal is delivered to subscribers every two months as a downloadable PDF or printed journal. In addition, subscribers have access to specialized content on the Art in Print website: up-to-the-minute listings of new print publications, books and catalogues; links to articles of interest elsewhere online; and a newsfeed of print-related stories that cover everything from art crime to gallery openings to museum retirements.
Find out what print people are making, showing and thinking. Subscribe to Art in Print.
Art in Print is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation and depends on your support.
What readers say
“a beautiful journal”…. “a great venture”… “fantastic”… “fabulous” … “clear and thoughtful”… “Art in Print prompted a chorus of cheers” …
“a great new website”—The British Museum
“Let’s face it: print is where it’s at. As Tallman notes in her essay: “Take a walk through the contemporary wing of your local museum and count the number of works that do not employ print media, imitate print media, or allude to print media. You probably won’t need both hands.” If you make prints, or like to think about them, Art in Print seems like a safe bet… a great resource for the community of print artists. Check it out!” —Printeresting.org
“The site is wonderful—a joy to navigate, a pleasure to read. Very impressive!” —Nancy Princenthal, critic
“Art in Print is absolutely wonderful—a beautiful journal, cool and clear and inviting. It is great to have the sections of books, exhibitions editions and the calendar section is really useful. I really cannot fault it.”— Paul Coldwell, author of Printmaking: a Contemporary Perspective
Subscribe now to begin downloading issues!