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Art in America Magazine

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Art in America
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About Art in America

Art in America Magazine is edited for art collectors, dealers, artists, art educators and students, art historians, museum curators, and others seriously interested in comprehensive reporting and commentary on major achievements and events throughout the art world. Included in each issue of Art in America Magazine are show reviews, profiles of established and up-and-coming artists, schedules of upcoming shows and events, discussions on various genres, and news about helpful books and other resource literature.

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3.9 out of 5

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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

This magazine is wonderful! to the person who got the Gallery Guide issue and just saw addresses, that issue is only once during the year and is ITSELF worth the price of the subscription! It outlines all of the exhibitions spaces and artists who have shown in the previous year, and is a great source for looking up specific artists or galleries.


0 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5
Only addresses. Nothing else.

The entire issue consisted of addresses. It was reference material, I suppose, but that wasn't what I signed up for. The information contained is easily available online. I want pictures and artists. No renewal here.

4 out of 5
Highly recomend

AIA is one of the top art magazines. Even more useful if you are an artist in the NYC area.


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5
not much

Only a few pictures that I like at all. Too cotemperary. per Bill Johns

5 out of 5
It is a good art magazine.

My art instructor insist that we (the student) read the Art in America.

5 out of 5
This is a very good magazine!

I am fully enjoying it.


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5
Art in America is one of the best and most informative art magazines.

I love Art in America. I am an artist and have a college education in fine arts. I have used Art in America as a resource for my education. It is one of the top art periodicals. Art in America is very informative. It has objective reviews of many of todays artist and is very up to date with art openings and current exhibitions all both here in the United States and internationally. The magazine itself is very beautiful in its design and layout! It also gives indepth information on most anything or anybody in the world of art. Including curators, galleries and artists.


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

3 out of 5

This magazine is okay, but like most major art magazines has far too many ads. However since it's relatively inexpensive, the articles and inspiration you do get from it is worth it most of the time, if you only want to keep up with the traditional art world.


1 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5
Not at all what I expected

I like art. I like museums. I like art history classes and art books. So, I thought I'd broaden my horizons and subscribe to a magazine that would surprise me each month. I was worried it might be a bit too modern, but I gave Art in America a shot. Holy advertisements! The magazine is just teeming with full page ads for galleries and exhibitions. I foolishly thought these were cover pages to longer articles about art, but no, they're just ads. And I don't live in NYC or have a seven figure bank account, so these ads are not really for me. The articles are buried in between these ads, and honestly, I don't enjoy reading them. I can't put my finger on why exactly. I think it's partly that the articles presuppose a certain knowledge of recent artists, art movements, and so on, because comparisions are made without much explanation. The articles also use a slippery, academic language. Depending on your mood, it may strike you as densely full of content, or devoid of any meaning whatsoever. I'm generally in that latter category. I guess for me, I wanted to just look at art and read reflections by serious, intelligent people who ask themselves how successful the piece is. Try and figure out what the artist was trying to do, and ask , did s/he do it? Am I convinced? And in my humble opinion, Art in America doesn't do that.


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