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ArtReview launches new digital edition

ArtReview has partnered with Exact Editions, to launch a brand new digital edition, bringing together ArtReview and its sister title ArtReview Asia, specifically aimed at the institutional market.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 07 June 2016 09:02

ArtReview launches new digital edition

JJ Charlesworth: "The magazine looks fantastic on the digital platform, and the search function really brings the archive to life."

The London based contemporary art magazine is available to purchase by any organisation, from art colleges to galleries, studios and businesses. These can all now offer instant online access to these magazines for their members. Exact Editions IP authentication technology allows readers to access each new issue of both titles, along with over 10 years of back issues of ArtReview and the complete backfile of ArtReview Asia, on a range of digital platforms, including web, iOS and Android apps.

The new digital edition is equipped with the latest Exact Editions reader software, with in depth search technology, issue stacking for easy browsing of the archive, bookmarking, and seamless cross platform access. The whole package makes a perfect resource for researchers, students, collectors, galleries, museums and artists alike, says Exact Editions.

JJ Charlesworth, Publisher of ArtReview says of the new partnership: “We’re delighted to be working with Exact Editions to deliver ArtReview and ArtReview Asia to new readers, especially in the institutional market. The magazine looks fantastic on the digital platform, and the search function really brings the archive to life.”

Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions says of the new partnership: “Exact Editions has a long history of working with publishers in delivering digital editions to institutions. ArtReview and ArtReview Asia belong in that category, beautiful magazines that look great online and with the app, with rich content that appeals to individuals and institutions alike.”

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