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Pallant House Gallery Magazine

"The excellent Pallant House Gallery in Chichester continues to wave the flag for British art, with a knack for interesting reappraisals."
Jan Dallery, Financial Times, January 2009

Published three times a year, the Pallant House Gallery Magazine includes dedicated articles by leading art historians, curators and authors, introduces interviews with contemporary artists, and includes highlights from the Gallery's own collections and exhibitions programme.

With a print run of 4,500 copies, more than 2,500 copies are delivered directly to the homes of 3,500 Friends as part of their membership. Copies are sold through the Gallery's Bookshop and at the point of sale on the entrance desk. The remaining quantities are mailed directly to a select list of interested individuals including collectors and dealers, artists and designers, MPs and Councillors, writers and journalists, curators and arts industry movers and shakers.

The audience for the Magazine is specifically targeted to those whose interests include Modern British art, contemporary art, architecture and design. A significant proportion of the readership is from the South East of England with the remainder concentrated in the London area. The Gallery can be reached by train direct from London Victoria.

The Magazine is the only significant publication by a regional gallery and as such it presents an excellent opportunity to target an audience whose appreciation of the arts and Pallant House Gallery is echoed by those of the critics.

"The gallery is home to one of the UK's finest collections of 20th Century British art." BBC, May 2009

"Pallant House Gallery is no quaint, provincial art collection… the range and volume is staggering and the permanent collection, Modern British Art, The First 100 Years, gives the Tate a run for its money." Kath Trudie, Sunday Telegraph, February 2009

"Everything about this gallery delights." Vogue, November 2008 "Pallant House boasts one of the best collections of 20th-century British art in the country." Independent, October 2008