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“WE SHOWCASE SMART, LUCID AND LIVELY ART HISTORICAL SCHOLARSHIP AND WRITING ON THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CONTEMPORARY ART, JUST AS WE HAVE DONE FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS.”

LINDSAY POLLOCK

Art in America, Editor in Chief

Lindsay Pollock was named editor in chief of Art in America in 2011. Since her arrival, the distinguished 106-year-old contemporary art magazine has been overhauled both graphically and editorially. She has positioned the magazine to be one of the leading voices in the field as well as broadened the publication’s reputation, readership and reach through its publications, artist projects, website and events. She joined the magazine after reporting and writing for publications such as Bloomberg News and the London-based Art Newspaper. Her biography of pioneering art dealer Edith Halpert, The Girl with the Gallery, was published in 2006 by PublicAffairs.

“ART IN AMERICA CONTINUES TO PRODUCE RESULTS. THE QUALITY OF REPORTING, COMBINED WITH OUR ABILITY TO DELIVER HIGHLY QUALIFIED READERS, MAKES THE MAGAZINE UNRIVALED IN ITS CLASS.”

CYNTHIA ZABEL

Art in America, Publisher

Cynthia Zabel joined Art in America in 2005 as advertising director. In 2008 she was named publisher. Ms. Zabel brings a comprehensive knowledge of the art world to Art in America. With her guidance, the publication has become the go-to source for the contemporary art world. Prior to joining Art in America, Ms. Zabel spent five years as sales director at Artnet.com. She began her career in the business development group at Sotheby’s after completing their American Arts course. She holds a BA in art history and sociology from Tulane University. Ms. Zabel is active in several art organizations including Art Table and Free Arts.

ART IN THE DETAILS

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS & FEATURES

IN-DEPTH FEATURE ARTICLES:

Current, provocative, comprehensive-more than 180,000 readers rely on Art in America’s in-depth coverage every month. Our global editorial team explores the contemporary art world with expertise and passion, bringing our readers a 360° perspective on the art scene through engaging critical essays and profiles to thoroughly cover every angle of contemporary art today.

IN THE STUDIO:
THE ARTIST’S VOICE

Art in America takes you into the studio with artists for exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews. While continuing the critically oriented reporting that has earned the art world’s trust, Art in America renews its commitment to providing artists a venue to express themselves with a clear voice.

MUSE:

Artists share their personal take on an object, idea, person or artwork that inspires them.

FIRST LOOK:

Profile of an emerging artist.

EXHIBITION REVIEWS:
A CRITICAL LOOK

Art in America guides readers through the essential gallery and museum exhibitions of the moment, offering a unique take on art shows around the world. There are about 30 reviews in each issue.

SIGHTLINES:

Influential curators, collectors and tastemakers reveal what they are looking at and thinking about.

MARKETPLACE:

News and analysis of art market trends.

PROFILES:

Tracing the lives and accomplishments of art world players.

ATLAS:

A trio of writers weigh in from Asia, Berlin and Los Angeles—three centers of art production—with timely stories and issues.

ARTWORLD:

People, Awards, Obituaries

ART IN THE NUMBERS

KEY METRICS

Monthly Website Uniques
0
Circulation
0
E-Newsletter Subscribers
0
Instagram Followers
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Twitter Followers
0
Facebook Followers
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READERSHIP*

Our loyal readership of 180,000+ consider the magazine an
intelligent, critical publication

Our readers are smart, cultured and have a strong interest in the arts.



AROUND THE WORLD
0
COUNTRIES
Readers spend an average of
0
Minutes with each issue

Our readers are serious, dedicated collectors.


Museum Members
68%
Attend Performing Arts Events
85%
Take Art Tours While Traveling-Average 6 Domestic, 3 Foreign Trips per Year
60%
Have an art collection
86%
Collect Contemporary American Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures
79%
Collect Contemporary Prints
60%
Collect Contemporary Photography
65%

69% of our readers took action as a result of reading Art in America.


More than 25% visited a dealer, gallery, museum or art fair AND made a purchase during their visit.

Art in America is the only magazine I’ve ever advertised in that has actually resulted in a walk-in client.Doug Walla, Kent Gallery

Almost 50% purchased an art-related book or catalogue after hearing about it from Art in America.


*Image on left courtesy of Affordable Art Fair.


CIRCULATION VITALITY**

Art in America has the highest percentage of subscribers among the competition, which speaks to the quality and loyalty of the readers.**

Art in America is highly visible, sold on newsstands internationally and in all Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide.


Paid Subscribers
97%
More Subscribers than Art+Auction
70%
More Subscribers than Artforum
13%

*Source: Simmons Subscriber Study. Art in America Reader Survey, 2011.
**Publishers Statement of Ownership and Circulation, 2014.

ART ON THE SCENE

ART IN AMERICA HAS DISTRIBUTION AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL ART FAIRS:

JANUARY  
FOG Art Fair San Francisco, CA
Art LA Contemporary Los Angeles, CA
   
FEBRUARY  
CAA Conference Washington, D.C.
   
MARCH  
The Art Show New York, NY
The Armory Show New York, NY
Independent New York, NY
Art Basel Hong Kong Hong Kong, China
   
APRIL  
Dallas Art Fair Dallas, TX
AIPAD New York, NY
   
MAY  
Frieze New York New York, NY
NADA New York, NY
Art New York New York, NY
   
JUNE  
Art Basel Basel, CH
Liste Basel, CH
   
JULY  
Market Art + Design Bridgehampton, NY
   
SEPTEMBER  
Expo Chicago Chicago, IL
NY Art Book Fair New York, NY
abc Art Berlin Contemporary Berlin, DE
   
OCTOBER  
Frieze Art Fair London, UK
FIAC Paris, FR
Art Élysées Paris, FR
   
NOVEMBER  
Paris Photo Paris, FR
   
DECEMBER  
Art Basel Miami Beach Miami, FL
Design Miami Basel Miami, FL
NADA Miami, FL
Art Miami Miami, FL
Miami Project Miami, FL

ART IN ADVERTISING

A CLIENT SNAPSHOT

GALLERIES
303 Gallery
Acquavella Galleries
Allan Stone Projects
Ameringer McEnery Yohe
Andrea Rosen Gallery
Baldwin Gallery
Cheim & Read
Crown Point Press
David Kordansky Gallery
David Zwirner
DC Moore Gallery
Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
Dominique Levy Gallery
Edward Tyler Nahem
Forum Gallery
Gagosian Gallery
Galerie Almine Rech
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Galerie Lelong
Galerie Perrotin
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Garth Greenan Gallery
Gavin Brown’s enterprise
Gladstone Gallery
Hackett Mill
Haines Gallery
Hauser & Wirth
Jack Shainman Gallery
James Cohan Gallery
Kohn Gallery
LA Louver
Lehmann Maupin
Luhring Augustine
Maccarone
Marlborough Gallery
Matthew Marks Gallery
Maxwell Davidson Gallery
Metro Pictures
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Michael Werner Gallery
Mnuchin Gallery
Namad Contemporary
Pace Gallery
Paul Kasmin Gallery
Paula Cooper Gallery
Pavel Zoubok Gallery
Petzel Gallery
P·P·O·W
RH Contemporary Art
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Sean Kelly Gallery
Skarstedt Gallery
Sperone Westwater
Victoria Miro
Vito Schnabel
Washburn Gallery

MUSEUMS
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Nasher Museum of Art MOCA Chicago
El Museo del Barrio
Fisher Landau Center for Art
Guggenheim Museum
The Jewish Museum
MFA Boston
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
Museum of Modern Art
Norton Museum of Art
Portland Art Museum
Whitney Museum of American Art
St. Louis Art Museum

FASHION / JEWELRY / LUXURY
Absolut
Cartier
Davidoff
Hermés
Rolex
Saint Laurent

AUCTION HOUSES
Bonhams
Bukowskis
Christie’s
Dorotheum
Galerie Fischer Auctionen
Heritage
Phillips
Sotheby’s

ART FAIRS
AIPAD
Art Basel
Art Basel Hong Kong
Art Basel Miami Beach
Design Miami/Basel
FIAC
Frieze
Frieze NY
NADA
Paris Photo
The Armory Show
The Art Show

FINANCIAL/MISC.
Chubb
Crozier
DeWitt Stern
JPMorgan Chase
UBS

WHY ART IN AMERICA ONLINE?


ArtinAmericaMagazine.com delivers the magazine’s high-caliber editorial in a stunning format online. Visit daily for breaking global art world news, international exhibition previews and current reviews, as well as insightful interviews and profiles of artists, curators and art world influencers.

MONTHLY UNIQUE VISITORS: 53,000+ | MONTHLY PAGEVIEWS: 110,000+


AD RATES & SPECS    
AD UNITS SIZE CREATIVE ACCEPTED
Leaderboard 728 x 90 pixels JPG, GIF, PNG, HTML5, FLASH*
Box 300 x 250 pixels Please provide a click-through URL for all ads.
Half Page 300 x 600 pixels *Art in America welcomes the opportunity to place special/non-standard formats, but they must be cleared for compatibility
     
PLACEMENT (ROS) RATE  
Homepage $500/week  
Content Pages $400/week  
Content Pages Add-on +$200 includes Half Page Ad  
     
AD SUBMISSION    
Materials are due 5 business days in advance to digitalmaterials@artnews.com
     

SOCIAL MEDIA

MORE THAN 1 MILLION FOLLOWERS

Art in America’s growing digital community is engaged 24/7 beyond the pages of the magazine.

From daily Tweets and Instagram posts to Facebook sharing, our readers stay connected to the art world and drive the conversation.

TWITTER
@AIANEWS

964,000+ FOLLOWERS

INSTAGRAM
@AIANEWS

232,000+ FOLLOWERS

FACEBOOK
@artinamericamagazine

139,500+ FOLLOWERS

AD CLOSING DATES 2016-2017*


ISSUE AD SALES CLOSING MATERIALS DUE ON SALE DATE
DECEMBER '16 10/21/16 10/28/16 11/29/16
JANUARY 11/22/16 11/29/16 01/03/17
FEBRUARY 12/22/17 12/29/17 02/03/17
MARCH 01/20/17 01/27/17 03/03/17
APRIL 02/17/17 02/24/17 04/04/17
MAY 03/17/17 03/24/17 05/02/17
JUNE/JULY 04/21/17 04/28/17 06/06/17
AUGUST/AG** 06/15/17 06/22/17 08/01/17
SEPTEMBER 07/24/17 07/31/17 09/05/17
OCTOBER 08/25/17 09/01/17 10/03/17
NOVEMBER 09/22/17 09/29/17 11/03/17
DECEMBER '17 10/20/17 10/27/17 12/01/17

* schedule subject to change
** Annual Guide
No changes or cancellations will be accepted after closing date.

CONTACT INFO


Publishing and Sales  
Cynthia Zabel, Publisher czabel@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2103
Cara Barrese, Senior Account Manager cbarrese@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2110
Sarah Butler, Senior Account Manager sbutler@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2157
Erica Lubow Necarsulmer, Senior Account Manager elubow@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2154
Vivien Moses, Senior Account Manager vmoses@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2121
Elizabeth Chandler, Account Manager echandler@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2130
Ann Wadsworth, Sales Coordinator awadsworth@artmediaholdings.com
212.398.1690 x2100
   
Production  
Adeline Saez, Production Manager asaez@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2151
   
Marketing  
Erika Herbstman, Marketing Manager eherbstman@artnews.com
212.398.1690 x2141
   

PRINT PRODUCTION SPECIFICATIONS


DIMENSIONS (W” X H”)

FULL PAGE
Bleed: 9.25’’ x 11.125”
Page trim: 9’’ x 10.875”
Live Area: 8’’ x 9.875”

FILE SUBMISSION:
Materials may be sent via email if under 10MB. Files larger than 10MB can be sent via free services such as
Hightail [https://www.hightail.com/],
WeTransfer [https://www.wetransfer.com/] or
Dropbox [https://www. dropbox.com/].


For all production related matters contact:
Adeline Saez
212-398-6190 x2151
asaez@artmediaholdings.com
Send creative material and/or proof to:
Art in America
Production Dept.
110 Greene St.
2nd Floor
NYC 10012

REQUIREMENTS

• Printed web offset
• Perfect Bound
• Publication Trim 9’’ x 10.875’’
• Ads should be in PDF/X-1A format
• Four-color ads must be formatted in CMYK
• Black and white ads must be set to Gray scale
• No RGB, LAB, or embedded (ICC) color profiles
• Maximum ink density is 300%
• DPI: 300 and Line Screen:133
• Minimum type size is 6 pts
• Knockout white type should be at least 7 pts
• Rich Black: 50% C; 40% M; 30% Y; 100% K
• Spread Ads must be composed of separate full-page files

GUIDELINES

• Full page files should include bleed and trim marks
• Provide register marks at top, bottom, and sides
• Live matter for full page ads, such as, type, logos, or essential details should be .5” from the trim, .625” from bleed on all sides.
• Document Size: Dimensions of supplied PDF file must reflect bleed size, not the trim size
• Fractional ads do not bleed and should be sized exactly to specs provided in diagrams.
• Fractional ads with white or light background must include bounding rule exactly to the specs.
• Color files should be supplied with a SWOP proof with color bars to be used at the printer for press guidance. Clients can decline submitting a proof in writing.
• Laser proofs and color copy laser proofs CANNOT be used ad color proofs.

PLEASE NOTE
• When supplying non-finalized materials: Photographs must have a sharp focus, high contrast. Copy should be clearly submitted and be proofread in advance. Art files must be created in either Photoshop or Illustrator and saved as an EPS, JPEG, or TIFF.
• Materials not meeting these specifications will incur production charges that will be billed at commercial rates.
• Proofs: The only acceptable SWOP proofs are a Kodak, Epson, Fuji, or Matchprint. Art in America can provide a color proof of your advertisement for an additional fee of $80 per page. A SWOP proof pulled by Art in America will be sent directly to press for color guidance. A SWOP proof pulled by Art in America will only be shown to client upon request, provided that the ad was submitted on or before the published advertising material due deadline. Art in America is not responsible for reproduction if the client is not able to sign off on the proof. Art in America is not responsible for variance between the digital file and any proof not listed above.
• If the above requirements are not met, Art in America cannot guarantee reproduction of the advisement. All claims for errors in advertising must be submitted in writing within seven days of publication.
• Material will be destroyed after 6 months unless written instructions to the contrary are received within one month of publication.

Advertisers will be presumed to have read the requirements and guidelines on this page when submitting creative and agree to its conditions without further notice. Client represents that it is the owner of and/or has the right to use and publish the advertising (including but not limited to artwork, ideas, expression, copyrights, rights of publicity and trademark submitted by it for publication in Art in America magazine and that the advertising contains nothing that violates the rights of the third party. In the event such advertising results in a claim or suit against Art in America, Client agrees to assume full responsibility for such claim or suit and hold harmless and indemnify Art in America, against all claims, demands, suits settlements, judgments, awards, damages and/or expenses (including attorney’s fees) arising out of any claim or lawsuit.

TERMS & CONDITIONS


TERMS & CONDITIONS
A. Verbal agreements are not recognized.
B. Publisher is not liable for delays in delivery and/or non-delivery in the event of act of an God, action by any governmental or quasi-governmental entity, fire, flood, insurrection, riot, explosion, embargo, strikes whether legal or illegal, labor or material shortage, transportation interruption of any kind, work slowdown, or any condition beyond the control of publisher affecting production or delivery in any manner.
C. Orders are accepted subject to change in rates upon notice by publisher.
D. The publisher reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising, which in the opinion of publisher does not conform to the standards of the publication.
E. When change of copy for advertising under contract is not received by closing date, the advertisement in the previous issue will be inserted.
F. The word “Advertisement” will be placed with copy that in Art in America’s opinion resembles editorial matter.
G. Contracts must be completed within one year from date of first insertion; otherwise charges will be adjusted in accordance with the rate applicable to the number of insertions actually used.
H. Art in America’s liability for any error shall not exceed the cost of the space occupied by error.
I. Art in America assumes no liability for errors in index to advertisers or complimentary geographical listings. The publisher assumes no liability if for any reason it becomes necessary to omit an advertisement.
J. Whereas Art in America exercises care in screening images and text submitted by its advertisers, it does not guarantee the authenticity of objects or quality of services advertised in its pages, nor does it accept any liability which may arise from the purchase or sale of objects or services advertised.

CONTRACT AND COPY REGULATIONS
See “Contract and Copy Regulations” in Consumer Magazine edition of Standard Rate and Data Service, numbers 2, 10, 13, 24, 31, 32, 35, 41, and 42.

SHIPPING AND MAILING
All advertising material, insertion orders and related correspondence should be sent to:
Attn: Advertising Production Manager
Art in America
110 Greene Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10012
Telephone 212.398.1690