Flash Art goes digital

Flash Art, an international arts title, has launched new digital editions of both its Italian-language and anglophone publications in collaboration with digital platform Exact Editions.

Flash Art goes digital
Gea Politi and Cristiano Seganfreddo: “The new digital editions will certainly aid us in expanding the magazine’s reach.”

The new 5-issue-strong archives boast a comprehensive search function and are easily accessible cross-platform for individual and institutional subscribers.

Flash Art has been synonymous with cutting-edge perspective on contemporary art and the global arts landscape since its inception in 1967, says Exact Editions. The magazine is dedicated to analysing and reporting both established and experimental art practices and movements in the art world. Its pages are home to pieces penned by authoritative critics and observers, complemented by special projects and artist statements.

Digital subscribers benefit from unlimited access to the existing archive and all new issues through Exact Editions’ advanced reader website, as well as across iOS and Android devices.

The Italian and English-language editions of Flash Art are available in the Exact Editions shops.

Publishers Gea Politi and Cristiano Seganfreddo remarked: “We’re so pleased with the seamlessness of the Exact Editions platform; the new digital editions will certainly aid us in expanding the magazine’s reach to arts enthusiasts and professionals around the world.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “The dedicated approach of Flash Art with regards to contemporary art ensures that the new digital editions will widely appeal to the market of academic and professional art institutions.”

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