Australian Art Review
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|Publisher||Australian Art and Leisure Media|
|First issue||March–June 2003|
Australian Art Review is an integrated quarterly magazine and website based in Sydney, featuring a mixture of exhibition reviews, artist and gallery profiles, advice for collectors and articles by art critics and scholars.
The first edition of the Australian Art Review appeared in March/June 2003. The founding company was Media Publishing, based in Clontarf, New South Wales. The magazine has its headquarters in Sydney. In 2008, the magazine was purchased by Westwick-Farrow Media, and remained part of the company until August 2011. From number 29 that was published in September-October 2011 the magazine became part of the Australian Art and Leisure Media.
- "Australian art review". Trove. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
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