Founded in 1925, Apollo is one of the world’s oldest and most highly respected magazines on the visual arts. Published monthly, it offers the greatest editorial diversity of any art magazine – covering everything from antiquities to contemporary work.
Artron.net, founded in October 2000, is a dynamic and interactive online community devoted to Chinese artwork. As one of the top information providers on the art market, Artron.net is an indispensable tool for investors and collectors alike.
Each month, Asian Art Newspaper offers you a snapshot of what's happening around the world in Asian and Islamic Art. From the ancient to the contemporary, we cover news, gallery and museum exhibitions, auctions, artist profiles, special features and an Islamic Arts Diary.
Orientations is an authoritative source of information on the many and varied aspects of the arts of East and Southeast Asia, the Himalayas and the Indian Subcontinent, from the latest scholarly research to market analysis and current news. Published in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide since 1970, it is essential to any Asian art library.
The Art Newspaper China (TANC) joined the international The Art Newspaper network in May 2013. Positioning itself as a meeting point between the East and the West, The Art Newspaper China is committed to in-depth coverage of Chinese art’s development, ranging from local art policies, art market updates, institutional developments to cultural heritage preservation, and art trends. Its total circulation is over 1 million.