Artists’ Publications Network and Communication Platform


Artists’ Pub is the first Internet platform to serve as a hub for all activities and events related to artists’ publications.

The objective of the “Artists’ Publications Network and Communication Platform” is to facilitate Internet networking between different people involved in the context of artists’ publications. Artists, collectors, dealers, publishers, museums, galleries, academics, students, and any other interested parties will be able to use this platform for disseminating information, networking, and cooperating on topics of relevance to the genre of artists’ publications.

Our aim is to connect artists’ publications with the public—making it possible for each and every citizen to access these works at any given time—as well as to facilitate individual studies and research through online databases and finding aids. These efforts help lay the foundation for academic research and offer an overview of the field of artists’ publications in Europe.

Please contact us if your institution, archive, gallery, publishing house, or university would be interested in participating by establishing a presence on Artists’ Pub.


This platform is being built as part of the comprehensive network project Living Memory – Artists’ Publications in Europe, which is funded with support by the European Commission.

The project is being carried out on a cooperative basis by:
Centre for Artists’ Publications in the Weserburg | Museum of Modern Art, Bremen / Dr. Anne Thurmann-Jajes
MGLC – International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana / Lilijana Stepančič
CNEAI – Centre national de l’édition et de l’art imprimé, Chatou / Sylvie Boulanger

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

Artists' publications in the Centre for Artists' Publications, Photo: Bettina Brach