The Irish Arts
Review is read by 40,000 people and recognised
internationally as the most important showcase for Irish art on the world stage attracting an audience of serious art buyers and influential individuals
in the arts in Ireland and around the world. The 30th
anniversary Summer issue was launched by the Irish Ambassador at the Embassy
of Ireland in London on 11th June, with a great turn out by the
Irish corporate and arts community in London and much interest in the magazine.
For the upcoming
160th Exhibition I would like to offer you a special rate to promote
your own work to a very well- targeted readership of buyers.
1/4p at e500 plus vat (reduced from e1000) to run from 29
Aug to 21st Nov. Ad design e20 plus vat if
required. Deadline 4th August.
I look forward to
talking to about this and other options.
The Autumn issue
will feature sculptor Bob Sloan as the main interview, artists Duncan Campbell, Cian McLoughlin, Graham
Gingles, Elizabeth Cope, Tom Fitzgerald, the
highlights from the Irish Graduate Shows and more.
Your advertising will be seen for 3 months
The largest arts readership
reached by any title in Ireland and Northern Ireland
Private collectors and business people who invest in
art and sculpture
Buyers for collectors,
corporate collections and institutions
Directors and curators of
galleries, museums and arts institutions in Ireland and the UK
Art critics, writers and
art historians, art students, lecturers and academics
dealers and art advisers
Senior officials in State
Bodies and County Councils relating to the arts
Arts professional working
in galleries, County Councils, art centres, museums and
Architects and interior
designers who purchase art for their clients
AB consumers who buy art
and collectibles for their homes
Plus a unique AB corporate and international readership
private banking clients and clients of our
All Ireland-US Business Council members-all CEO
Dublin Airport Authority Gold Card members and CEOs of Ireland’s top 100
Corporate and high end
travellers in Premier Class seats on Aer Lingus transatlantic
Executive Lounges in Dublin, Cork and Shannon Airports and 7 Aer Lingus Premier Class Lounges
in suites at 5 Star hotels: The Shelbourne, The Westin, Dylan Hotel, The Merrion
Hotel, Ashford Castle, Powerscourt Hotel, Doyle Collection Hotels – The Westbury
Dublin, Kensington Hotel London.
6,000 loyal postal
subscribersreceive the magazine
immediately it is publishedand 5,000
retail copiesare sold in 600 outlets
in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
< Exposure to up to
40,000 readers over 3 months: industry standards
suggest that a quarterly magazine that is around for 3 months reaches an average
of 4 readers per copy. It is of course impossible to give you specific figures
of readers per copy, but because the Irish Art Review is such a high quality
magazine which is kept as a collector’s item and for reference in galleries,
museums, libraries, universities and other institutions, our readers per copy
may be higher than the industry standard.
Im contacting you again from Portrait Artist of the Year as
I wanted to let you know that are just four weeks left to apply for the
competition at sky.com/portrait
Id appreciate it if you could forward this email on to your
art contacts to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get involved.
If you use social media it would also be brilliant if you
could post the flyer on facebook and tweet the following Got what it takes
to be @skyarts Portrait Artist Of The Year 2014? Apply at sky.com/portrait -
This year our series winner will receive a £10,000
commission to form part of the permanent collection of the Scottish National
Following on the success of last year’s inaugural Botanical Art in Bloom Exhibition we are pleased to announce details of the 2nd open submission exhibition of botanical art that will take place in conjunction with Bloom in 2014. The exhibition will run from Thursday the 29th of May to Monday the 2nd of June at the Visitor’s Centre in the Phoenix Park. Rebecca Dunwoody email@example.com
The 29th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition opens tomorrow, February 11th, and we'd love your help in spreading the word about this fantastic opportunity for artists from all over the world. Find out more at http://www.agora-gallery.com/competition/