Top Ten Magazines for Art Investors

magazine Top Ten Magazines for Art InvestorsIn order to be a successful art investor one needs to keep up to date with what is happening in the art world so I have created a list of the top ten magazines that all art investors should be reading. All the magazines that I have chosen are highly valuable resources that provide the information and opinions that are needed to successfully navigate the art market and make informed decisions.

Art News
http://www.artnews.com
Published eleven times a year, ARTnews reports on the art, personalities, issues, trends and events shaping the international art world. In clear, well-crafted language that is as comprehensible to the novice as it is to the expert, the magazine offers a lively, provocative, and visually stimulating package that informs as well as entertains with news dispatches from a worldwide network of correspondents, hard-hitting investigative reports, criticism, and opinion

The Art Newspaper
http://www.theartnewspaper.com
The Art Newspaper is a monthly publication based in London which, through its network of sister editions is able to provide an unrivalled news service about the international art world.

Art and Auction
http://www.artandauction.com
International coverage USA, Europe, Asia
Published 12 times per year, featuring:
-Special features & news stories
-Art & collector profiles
-Reviews & auction news
-Calendar of events
-Verified and unbiased data on the art market
-Market trends & insider market info
-Art transaction prices and on upcoming sales

Sotheby’s Preview Magazine
http://www.sothebys.com/liveauctions/sneak/index.html
An exclusive magazine that showcases the best that Sotheby’s has to offer worldwide. Features lavish artwork and a provocative editorial blend of interviews, commentary and in-depth reporting. Includes a worldwide auction calendar.

Art and Antiques Magazine
http://www.artandantiquesmag.com
Recognized for more than 28 years as one of the publishing industry’s most influential titles targeted to the affluent collector, Art & Antiques has an audited circulation of approximately 105,000 paid subscribers, and is the most widely read and subscribed-to art and antiques magazine. The publication provides collectors and connoisseurs with news and information on trends in the international art and antiques market, and offers reports on prominent auctions, personality profiles and in-depth features on specific works, periods and artists, including painters, sculptors and photographers.

Christies Magazine
https://www.christies.com/Publications/UI/PeriodicalsDetail.aspx
Christies beautifully illustrated magazine with articles by Christie’s renowned specialists and previews of items offered at our salerooms around the world.

American Art Collector
http://www.americanartcollector.com/
American Art Collector is the only magazine that PREVIEWS the best art coming up for sale in the best galleries in the USA.

Apollo Magazine
http://www.apollo-magazine.com
The International Magazine of the Arts

Art Review
http://www.art-review.com
The most innovative voice in contemporary art and a fantastic resource for the contemporary art collector.

Frieze
http://www.frieze.com
Frieze magazine was set up in 1991 and is Europe’s leading magazine of contemporary art and culture. Frieze is published eight times a year and includes essays, reviews and columns by today’s most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators.

 Top Ten Magazines for Art Investors**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.

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  • http://jimgustafson.com Jim Gustafson

    Is there a reason you do not include
    Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine in your listings?

  • http://www.artforprofits.com artforprofits

    Dear Jim,

    Thanks for your comment. There are so many great magazines out there that I had to leave some out that were either less relevant to art investors or the information they provided was already covered in another publication. Fine Art Connoisseur is a great magazine and is definately worth reading but it just didn’t fit in my list.

    Regards,

    Nicholas Forrest
    artmarketblog.com

  • http://gborzov.wordpress.com Giselle Borzov

    Ulp! You left out Contemporary Art Gallery Magazine. http://cagzine.com

  • http://www.artforprofits.com artforprofits

    Hi Gizelle,

    Thanks for pointing out the Contemporary Art Gallery Magazine which is also a fantastic art magazine and a great resource for art investors and collectors.

    Nicholas Forrest
    artmarketblog.com

  • http://www.therevelationpainting.com the revelation painting

    Very informative article! It is difficult to find the answers when searching for investors. I have gone so far as to write the Pope for support in this massive religious painting I have been creating for the past 11 years…my masterpiece! My personal investment has exceeded $200,000.00 and a massive sacrifice of my personal life yet I am prepared to continue until the release of this painting in December 2010. I envision massive income return and a sacrifice which will change my life, make history and change some things we thought we knew about art, religion and politics.
    I had solicited a few corporations but prehaps was somewhat unprepared or lacking marketing principles in my approach initially. Just as I state I am not religious but learning to make my own decisions, I am also learning the ropes as I go when it comes to marketing a masterpiece. It is hard work, a full time job all in itself!

  • http://www.walkoffameart.com Paul L Price

    I am looking for venture capitalist or partner investor, or marketing help for my company Walk of Fame Art Hollywood, Do you have any suggestions, Thanks

    Paul

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.sakhai Michael Sakhai

    These sources are all great Nicholas.  I personally find that the manor of collecting art has changed amongst all levels of collectors.  People are taking one of two approaches, either blue chip art or hot up and coming artists.  I would be glad in answering any questions and taking up discussions regarding this top: http://www.waltonfinearts.com

  • Gazette International

    You can also check http://www.gazette-international.com from news on the french art market

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