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The Art Bulletin Redesign

posted by CAA — Apr 13, 2017

A few weeks ago we unveiled a new website design at CAA and today we present another new change. This time, it’s arriving to your mailbox. If you are a subscriber of The Art Bulletin, you may notice that the March 2017 issue looks different. Thanks to the hard work of Nina Athanassoglou-Kallmyer, editor-in-chief of the publication; designer Katy Homans; the Art Bulletin Editorial Board; copublisher Taylor & Francis; and CAA publications staff, the newly redesigned Art Bulletin has arrived.  It was a project almost two years in the making and we owe a great thanks to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation for financially supporting the project.

Founded in 1913, The Art Bulletin remains one of the most respected publications for peer-reviewed scholarly articles and critical reviews in all areas and periods of the history of art. The redesign updates the publication for contemporary readers with a full-bleed cover, single-column page layout that emphasizes legibility, and a more flexible format for featuring larger article images.

We hope you enjoy the new look of The Art Bulletin.

To read digital issues of The Art Bulletin or Art Journal, visit Taylor & Francis online.

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