ART iT is Japan’s first bilingual art quarterly launched in October 2003 which focuses on contemporary art in Japan and the wider Asia-Pacific region. It offers a comprehensive range of content including the latest news, exhibition info, reviews and artist interviews.

The archive holds the following issues of ART iT:

2003(Vol.1): Fall/Winter(no.1)

2004(Vol.2): Winter/Spring(no.1), Spring/Summer(no.2), Summer/Fall(no.3), Fall/Winter(no.4)

2005(Vol.3): Winter/Spring(no.1), Spring/Summer(no.2), Summer/Fall (no.3, 2 copies), Fall/Winter (no.4, 2 copies)

2006(Vol.4): Winter/Spring(no.1 2 copies), Spring/Summer(no.2, 2 copies), Summer/Fall(no.3, 2 copies), Fall/Winter(no.4)

2007(Vol.5): Winter/Spring(no.1, 2 copies), Spring/Summer(no.2, 2 copies), Summer/Fall(no.3, 2 copies), Fall/Winter(no.4, 2 copies)

2008(Vol.6): Winter/Spring(no.1, 2 copies), Spring/Summer(no.2, 2 copies), Summer/Fall(no.3, 2 copies), Fall/Winter(no.4, 2 copies)

2009(Vol.7): Winter/Spring(no.1, 2 copies), Spring(no.2, 2 copies), Summer(no.3, 2 copies)


Notes:
1) After the summer issue of year 2009 (no. 24), the magazine suspended its print edition and has moved online.

2) From 2003 to 2004, the publisher of the magazine was REALCITIES (Tokyo, Japan).  Since 2005, the magazine has been published by Art iT (Tokyo, Japan). 


Alternative title

Artit

Access level

Onsite

Location code PER.AIT
Language

English, 

Japanese

Keywords

Japan

Publication/Creation date

2003

Publication status

In print

ISBN / ISSN

1348933X

Content type

magazine/journal/newspaper

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