About Art in Print

Founded in 2011 to address the persistent invisibility of printed art in the general art press, Art in Print was a bimonthly journal and website dedicated to the art that most people are most likely to meet in person—the print. The Nov-Dec 2019 issue was the last issue to be produced. The publication provided important contemporary criticism, fundamental historical research and timely information about current events, while championing thoughtful looking, clear prose and lucid design. Art in Print also commissioned artists' projects that took advantage of the social distribution of the periodical, and ran a bimonthly print competition that allows artists—with and without gallery affiliation—to reach an international audience. In its nine years of publication, Art in Print emerged as a critical resource for artists, curators, scholars, collectors and viewers around the world.

The Art in Print journal appeared six times a year in print and online. Each issue includes feature articles and reviews of recent books, exhibitions and new editions, as well as a survey of gallery, museum, workshop, and market news. Volumes 1 – 9 of Art in Print are avaiable via JSTOR. You may read the introductions to each issue on this website.

Art in Print is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Funders included The National Endowment for the Arts, The Malka Fund, 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.

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