THE ART NEWSPAPER and its network
The Art Newspaper, an online and print publication that covers the international art world, was founded in 1990 by Umberto Allemandi and Anna Somers Cocks on the original concept of Il Giornale dell'Arte, founded 1983. The Art Newspaper International Edition has offices in London and New York. Its unrivalled news and events coverage is fed by a network of sister editions, which together have more than 50 correspondents working in more than 30 countries, with editorial offices in Paris, Moscow, Shanghai and Athens. In 2014, Inna Bazhenova became the owner of The Art Newspaper International Edition and the licensed network in China, Greece, France and Russia.
In addition to the news, it publishes reviews and commentary by major players in the art scene, including Nicholas Serota, the former director of the Tate, Glenn Lowry, the director of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Michael Govan, the director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Thelma Golden, the director of the Studio Museum, New York, the artists Theaster Gates, Grayson Perry, Elmgreen & Dragset and Shirin Neshat—and many more.
The Art Newspaper international network includes:
The Art Newspaper International Edition, London and New York; Ta Nea Tis Technis, Athens, founded 1992; The Art Newspaper Russia, Moscow, founded 2012; The Art Newspaper China, Shanghai, founded 2013; The Art Newspaper France, Paris, founded 2018. The latest addition to the network is The Art Newspaper Israel, founded 2019. Il Giornale dell'Arte continues to be a partner of The Art Newspaper.
In addition to a 100-plus-page monthly print edition, The Art Newspaper provides a daily online news service, as well as a daily newsletter and weekly podcast. It also produces special daily editions at the Art Basel fairs in Basel, Miami Beach and Hong Kong and at the Frieze fairs in London, Los Angeles and New York, to name a few. The Art Newspaper is also known for its in-depth reports on annual museum attendance figures and the year's forthcoming exhibitions compiled in The Year Ahead magazine.