Artists’ Pub

Artists' Publications Network and Communication Platform

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Artists’ Publications Network and Communication Platform – “Artists’ Pub”.
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“Artist’s Pub” is an internet portal for artists’ publications, designed to be a central platform facilitating contact and collaboration throughout Europe among all those engaged in the field of artists’ publications.

You will find the following services and offers on Artists’ Pub:

  • the opportunity to advertise exhibitions, events and new publications free of charge 
  • presentations of the inventories and activities of collections, archives, galleries and dealers engaged in the area of artists’ publications
  • a manual on cataloguing artists’ publications in English, German and French, to be integrated at a later date
  • a comprehensive text on the broad spectrum of artists’ publications
  • a forum for the exchange and networking of experts in the field
  • news and newsletter
  • links to online databases
  • Internet addresses of relevant collections, archives, galleries and dealers


Collections, archives and museums, universities and other institutions of higher education, as well as publishing houses, galleries and dealers are represented on Artists’ Pub and give information about their holdings and activities. Addresses of online databases as well as links to institutions and dealers concerned with artists’ publications will facilitate research in this area.

This Internet portal offers you a means of announcing exhibitions and events as well as new artists’ publications and relevant secondary literature free of charge. Your announcements will be distributed in a newsletter, presented at the homepage of Artists’ Pub, and archived on Artists’ Pub under the heading “News”, where they will remain accessible for an unlimited period. We would be very pleased if you were to take advantage of this offer.

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The creation of this Internet platform is part of the large-scale networking project “Living Memory – Artists’ Publications in Europe”, which receives funding from the European Commission.


This project is being realized on a cooperative basis by:

Research Centre for Artists’ Publications in the Weserburg | Museum of Modern Art, Bremen / Dr. Anne Thurmann-Jajes 

MGLC – International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana / Lilijana Stepanĉiĉ

CENAI – Centre national de l’estampe et l’art imprimé, Chatou / Sylvie Boulanger







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