Art Libraries Journal
Published quarterly since 1976, the Art Libraries Journal (ALJ) is the main international forum of the art library profession worldwide, with contributions from key specialists in art librarianship and visual resources, including librarians, archivists, collection managers, artists, curators, conservators and art historians. Selected conference and symposium papers are also published, including papers presented at the IFLA Art Libraries Section conference.
Coverage offers a wide spread of relevant subjects, ranging from the role of art libraries in a globalized world and the impact of the Internet and digital technology on art documentation, to historical libraries and collections. Special issues focus on specific themes, such as copyright, artists' books, online repositories and catalogues raisonnés, or particular countries or regions.
Indexes - 10-year Index 1976-1985 compiled by John Bowman. For the 10-year Index 1986-1995 compiled by Jonathan Hopson, please contact the editor at the address below for a PDF copy.
"ARLIS is delighted to be working with Cambridge University Press to publish the Art Libraries Journal. CUP have a track record of working with societies like ARLIS. There is no better way to celebrate the 40th birthday of the journal than with the prospects of an even higher profile, improved access to content and a new look.” David Pulford, Chair of ARLIS UK & Ireland
Gustavo Grandal Montero
Chelsea College of Arts Library
University of the Arts London
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London SW1P 4JU
Yale Center for British Art
Reference Library and Archives
1080 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06520-8280
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Individual issues of the Art Libraries Journal are also available for sale. For single issues published before 2016, contact the editor at the address above.
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