The Journal of the Print World is unique in the world of works of fine art on paper. Prints and Multiples. Watercolors. Etchings, Aquatints, Solarprints, Drypoint, Lithographs, Mezzotints, Drawings & Ephemera. Even Sculpture, Stamps & Drawings. Books, old and new. If it's on paper .. we love it.
Think of us a newspaper ... that is digital too. We have been publishing for over forty years. We publish quarterly in January, April, July and October every year since 1980. We are the only publication in the US that publishes in a tabloid print edition, as well as a digital e-edition. Both are distributed around the world to our extensive list of subscribers. We send free copies to all print fairs. We also distribute through print dealers and experts, art galleries, arts organizations and printmaking studios. Soon we will be launching our "archives" of all issues ever published. Full text access for researchers and anyone who is as passionate about works of art on paper as we are.
Our original articles are written by experts and scholars, most of whom know more than we do about their area of expertise.
We focus on "print collectors," most of whom have a collection of prints that they've built over the years. Our goal is to support the dealers and auctioneers who make it all happen. We take pride in the fact that our Journal is found and read over a cup of coffee at the breakfast table, as well as the Ebsco and digital libraries around the world. And when it comes time for them to sell their collection, we try to help through our database to help find candidates for selling their collection.
As much as possible, the Journal is made available to academic printmaking programs and print studios for free.
We do our best to help printmakers sell their art ... by creating the demand for more information about the artist and his or her works.
You will find out more about the artists, events, sales and market trends for works on paper through the Journal of the Print World. We publish original first hand interviews of today's artists, and our expert writers do in-depth historical pieces. Our collectors love to share their expertise and knowledge about their collections. We keep abreast of what's happening in the art market, and pass that curated information along to our readers.
And very important ... you feature the auctions, exhibitions, and fine print fairs in plenty of time for you to attend, either physically or online. You will be able to plan your visits to forthcoming events using our exhibitions section.
Our international readership is comprised of artists and printmakers, collectors, museum curators and museum management/trustees, art dealers, auctioneers, policymakers and any and all as passionate as we are about works of fine art on paper.
We rely on advertising and subscriptions as our sole source of revenues.