The Art Newspaper

Partnerships and Fairs Coordinator, London office

The Art Newspaper is looking for a dynamic and strategic Partnerships and Fairs Coordinator to join its London team

We're hiring! Ad Sales Manager—digital platforms

The Art Newspaper is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join its commercial team

We're hiring! Social Media Producer

The Art Newspaper is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join its London team

Olga Yarutina is the new publisher and editor of The Art Newspaper Russia

The mission is to remain "an independent platform for debate and discussion"


The Art Newspaper launches Turkish edition

The Art Newspaper Türkiye is owned by Ali Güreli, the founder of Contemporary Istanbul, and will be published 11 times per year

We're hiring! Associate Digital Editor, London office

The Art Newspaper is looking for an experienced digital editor to join its London team


The Art Newspaper is looking for a Senior Editor, Museums (New York)

An exciting opportunity has opened up for a talented art journalist to join our US team

Letter from the editor | 'Culture can build bridges, but it can also man the barricades'

As the war in Ukraine unfolds, The Art Newspaper continues to strive to make its coverage truthful, informative, illuminating and impactful, says its editor Alison Cole

The Art Newspaper turns 30: how has the world of art publishing changed?

Current editor Alison Cole talks to founding editor and long-time editor-in-chief Anna Somers Cocks about the origins of the newspaper, the fundamentals of its journalism and the challenges the visual arts world has faced


Video | There's news at The Art Newspaper

Everything you need to know about our new app and subscriptions

Women in the art world: our founding editor speaks on her experiences in the field

During International Women's History Month, Anna Somers Cocks takes part in Art Talks London


The struggle behind Tate Modern's birth

Recently opened Tate archives reveal wrangling over division of British and international art in early 1990s

The Art Newspaper Group launches French edition

Digital publication will draw on team of journalists in Paris and a network of global correspondents

New chief executive joins The Art Newspaper

Julie Sherborn brings extensive experience of developing titles and brands in Asia

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Tate is not a museum: Gallery could lose privileges

As it is not accredited by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council due to its deacquisition guidelines