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Intelligent, edgy and informative, 1340Art Magazine is one of the leading publications for contemporary art and photography in the world. Based in Amsterdam, 1340Art Magazine has attracted a vast international audience by being known as a publication that always pushes boundaries. We look at the creative sector as an interdisciplinary whole; and as creatives, we draw our inspiration from a wide variety of sources.
- Total Audience 122,000
- Magazine Print 12,000
- Magazine Digital 18,000
- Blog 54,000 per month
- Social Media 30,000
For each edition of our magazine we dedicate a select number pages to up and coming artists. 75% of our magazine is advertised content. Contact us for options and details. Ads start at $1200 (¼ page).
We at 1340Art are committed to delivering the highest standards of service possible, both to the artists we represent, as well as the customers who purchase through us. Because of this, we offer the best after sales service and advice possible, with delivery worldwide. Our objective is to ensure our clients are satisfied with both their purchase, and the quality of their experience during the process.
Purchasing through the 1340Gallery means you are acquiring a piece of artwork from collections that have been carefully selected for their superior quality. Our clients are able to select from a large variety of art provided by incredibly talented artists from around the world. Despite the remarkably high standard of artwork represented, the pieces are offered at a range of prices to suit any budget.
1340Gallery is a juried art gallery; and as such, we do not accept every artist that would like to exhibit the art they have for sale. We require artists to first submit samples of their work for consideration to our panel of art professionals. They then select each artist and every piece of artwork based not only on merit, but also to demonstrate a diverse collection of styles, skills and techniques; all while maintaining the quality of the original art being exhibited.