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Apollo. One of the world’s oldest and most respected magazines on the visual arts. It covers everything from antiquities to contemporary work, as well as providing in-depth discussion of the latest art news and debates.
The Art Newspaper. Covers news of the visual arts as they are affected by international politics and economics, developments in law, tax, the art market, the environment and official cultural policy.
The Magazine Antiques. Bimonthly arts publication that focuses on architecture, interior design, and fine and decorative arts.
Maine Antique Digest. A must-read for those who are serious about the antiques market, particularly Americana. It includes reports on shows, auctions, and other market news from across the United States and Canada and a long-running column on the London market.
The Art Law Podcast. The Art Law Podcast hosts discussions about topics at the intersection of art and law with art lawyers Steve Schindler and Katie Wilson-Milne and their distinguished guests.
ArtTactic. Art market podcasts featuring interviews with leaders and innovators in the global art industry.
Collect Wisely. Collect Wisely aims to question the nature of collecting and connoisseurship in the 21st Century. Hosted by gallerist Sean Kelly.
Curious Objects (The Magazine Antiques). Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, the podcast explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into antiques and works of art.
Getty Art & Ideas. Getty podcasts bring you inside the world of art and cultural heritage.
Hyperallergic. Hyperallergic is a forum for serious, playful, and radical thinking about art in the world today.
In Other Words (Sothebyʼs). Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask. Discussions about art and culture with today's makers, curators, collectors and advisors.
Addall. Inexpensive source for books and textbooks online.
Ifar. International Foundation for Art Research—catalog raisonne resource.
Print Council of America. Organization for print curators active in the publication of books and research aids to professionalize the preservation, administration, and study of print collections—catalog raisonne resource.
World Wide Books. Comprehensive coverage of new books on art, architecture, photography and design published by hundreds of leading American trade and university presses—centralized source for a wide range of scholarly art books and exhibition catalogues.
World Cat. Connects you to collections in over 10,000 libraries worldwide.