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Reach Out with Art Monthly

Spread the word about your exhibitions and events with Art Monthly, a trusted voice leading debates in visual art for over 35 years, read by an engaged, well-informed and social-media-savvy audience.

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Art Monthly – essential reading every month for more than 30 years.
Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate

Art Monthly is a testing ground for new thinking and has a highly engaged readership; as such, it has been a key place for us to advertise over many years.
Adrian Hunt, Head of Communications, John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton.

Since its foundation in 1976 Art Monthly has been at the forefront of debates about contemporary art. In its very first issue the artist Carl Andre took on his critics over the ‘Bricks at the Tate’ controversy, while 20 years later in the magazine the term ‘YBA’ appeared for the first time in print. Today Art Monthly has extended its reach to include a monthly radio show as well as offering podcasts of its Talking Art series of interviews with artists in collaboration with Tate Modern and its Roadshow panel discussions in partnership with galleries ranging from the Whitechapel Gallery in London to the Ikon in Birmingham and Manchester’s Cornerhouse. Art Monthly regularly covers cultural policy as well as national and international exhibitions, biennales and events while maintaining a commitment to covering regional museums and galleries.

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Reading Art Monthly

While Art Monthly is an essential resource for museums and galleries, the magazine also has a much wider impact with its print run of 3,500 copies reaching a total monthly readership estimated at 20,000.

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Art Monthly’s Subscribers

75% are based in the UK
48% are based in the UK regions
27% are based in London

Art Monthly’s Reach

3,500 printed magazines
1,650 subscribers to digital edition
20,000 estimated monthly readership
9,500 unique website visitors per month
10,000 newsletter subscribers
12,000 Facebook followers
80,000 Twitter followers
125,000 monthly listeners to Art Monthly Talk Show broadcaster Resonance FM

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Writing Art Monthly

Art Monthly’s contributors are key figures in the visual arts sector and include museum and gallery directors, university professors, leading critics and artists.

Recent contributors include

Kathy Battista, Director of Contemporary Art, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York
David Beech, artist
Iwona Blaswick, Director of Whitechapel Gallery, London
Chris Clarke, Curator, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
Michelle Cotton, Senior Curator, Firstsite, Colchester
Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Liam Gillick, artist
Teresa Gleadowe, writer and curator
Martin Herbert, critic
Andrew Hunt, Director of Focal Point Gallery, Southend
Omar Kholeif, Curator, FACT, Liverpool
Axel Lapp, Director, MEWO Kunsthalle, Memmingen, Germancy
Kathy Noble, Head of Exhibitions, Nottingham Contemporary

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Advertising in Art Monthly

Many galleries and Museums already reap the benefits of advertising in Art Monthly, returning time and again to bring impact to their activities.

Activities museums advertise in Art Monthly

  • Exhibitions programme
  • Talks and events
  • Symposia
  • Opportunities and job vacancies

Repeat advertisers include

Arnolfini, Bristol
Baltic, Gateshead
Camberwell College, London
Cell Project Space, London
CGP, London
Common Guild, Glasgow
Cooper Gallery, Dundee
Cornerhouse, Manchester
Cubitt, London
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Eastside Projects, Birmingham
Firstsite, Colchester
Focal Point, Southend
Fruitmarket, Edinburgh
Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool
H-I-C-A, Inverness-shire
Harris Museum, Preston
ICA, London
Jerwood Foundation
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Leeds College
Matt’s Gallery, London
Milton Keynes Gallery
Mostyn, Llandudno
New Art Gallery Walsall
Pavilion, Leeds
Peckham Space, London
RADAR, Loughborough
Royal Academy, London
Royal College of Art, London
Ruskin School of Art, Oxford
Spacex, Exeter
Spike Island, Bristol
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
The Hepworth Wakefield Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Transmission, Glasgow
Whitechapel Gallery, London
Wysing Arts, Cambridge
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
Zabludowicz Collection, London

Art Monthly offers advertising opportunities through its magazine, website and newsletter. Rates start at only £150.

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