These indexing databases are recommended for Fine Arts, Art History & Theory - see also: Databases for Art.
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Art journals and magazines are less rigidly divided between peer-reviewed academic journals, on the one hand, and general, popular or trade magazines, on the other. (For more information, see: What are journals?). Some art journals may be important for art research despite not being peer-reviewed.
On this page are examples of both types of art journals: The Art Bulletin (peer-reviewed) and Aperture (not peer-reviewed). Each is currently subscribed in print format as well as currently available online. For a list of other currently-subscribed art journals, see Current Journals.
Undergraduates can borrow up to 25 items at the same time, for 28 days, including five journals (issues or volumes). Research students can borrow up to 50 items at the same time, for 60 days, including 50 journals. Borrowed items are renewable and subject to recall. See more information on borrowing and printing, photocopying and scanning.