Galleries Media Pack - page 8

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EDITORIAL PROFILE
There is no other magazine in the
country regularly covering sucha broad
range of art shows and topics –
independently, as they happen – in
preview, not review. The only policy is to
be inclusive and to ask the best and
most qualified writers to cover them.
The editorial scope of
Galleries
directly reflects the enormous range of
galleries and museums in England,
Scotland, Wales and Eire, commercial
and non-commercial.
In eachissue topics may include
contemporary exhibitions around the
UK, area profiles, overviews of the
market, surveys of museum shows, Old
Master to Modernist – from Land’s End
to the Western Isles.
Photography, video installation and
applied arts all take place alongside
coverage of the more mainstream
painting, sculpture and drawing, while
‘Antennae’ brings regular updates of
the art world’s most interesting events –
the burgeoning fairs scene, ‘art weeks’
and festivals, plus new artistic
enterprises.
Among writers, our Scottish
correspondent, Bill Hare, is widely
recognised as a leading authority on
Scottishart he is joined by an extensive
list of distinguished and expert authors
who contribute regularly to the
magazine
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