Contemporary art magazine Mousse has digitised its complete archive of print issues in partnership with publisher services company, Exact Editions, expanding the reading experience with a new paperless dimension. Individuals and institutions can now subscribe for fully-searchable access to over eighty issues from Mousse archives, dating all the way back to 2006, with new ones being published quarterly.
Established in Milan, Mousse Magazine traces the currents of contemporary culture through feature articles, interviews, and conversations among the most vivid voices in international criticism, along with emerging talents and key figures in the cultural debate, added Exact Editions. With its emphasis on textuality and critical thinking, Mousse is more a book than a magazine and a key touchstone for academics, artists, curators, and collectors.
Exact Editions’ interface organises issues into stacks by decade and year to facilitate easy browsing, while the advanced search function allows readers to look up texts by keyword. Institutions will be provided with usage reports, MARC Records, and KBART data, says Exact Editions.
Managing director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “We’re pleased to be adding another stylish publication to a growing portfolio of contemporary art titles. Complete digital archives are an invaluable resource for institutions and enthusiasts alike.”You can find out more about Exact Editions in our Publishing Services Directory.
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