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Mon, 18 Mar 2024

Frieze Magazine Available For Individual and Institutional Subscriptions with Exact Editions

London, 18th March 2024

Frieze Magazine Available For Individual and Institutional Subscriptions with Exact Editions

Leading art magazine, Frieze, is now available for individual and institutional subscriptions on Exact Editions’ digital publishing platform. Subscribers can enjoy access to a growing archive of fully-searchable back issues as well as future issues published.

Published eight times a year, Frieze is renowned for publishing essays, profiles, interviews and reviews by today’s leading writers, artists and curators. With around 200 pages per issue containing extensive listings on highlighted exhibitions and galleries from all over the world and features on the emerging new artists around and their work, it is an essential magazine for artists as well as readers wanting to keep up to date with the art world.

Exact Editions’ digital publishing platform provides a user-friendly and straightforward reading experience. Hosted on high-quality digital interface faithful to the print edition, each issue of Frieze on the can be explored with an advanced key worth search function, new issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue, and access via the Exactly app.

Subscriptions to Frieze are available from Exact Editions’ individual and institutional shops:

Individual Subscriptions

Institutional Subscriptions

Distribution and Circulation Manager of Frieze, Greg Frost said: “Frieze looks stylish on Exact Editions’ intuitive publishing platform. We look forward to maximising the magazine’s digital reach with Exact Editions’ prowess in the institutional sales markets.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner said: “Frieze has been central to the art industry for more than 30 years. Exact Editions are delighted to host the prestigious publication and provide global digital reach for both individual subscribers as well as for institutions such as libraries, universities, galleries and museums.”

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