The latest edition of the Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum is now available. The Art Bulletin is an academic journal in digital format, published annually in English. Since 2014 it has been an entirely digital publication, available to download and read free of charge either in full or as individual articles.
The lavishly illustrated Art Bulletin highlights significant new acquisitions, publishes academic articles that shed light on Nationalmuseum’s collections, and reports on the museum’s exhibition program. Most of the contributors are on staff at Nationalmuseum. This year’s edition, Volume 21, includes ten articles about key acquisitions during the year, two academic articles, and a shorter notice. The contributors are Mikael Ahlund, Anders Bengtsson, Ulf Cederlöf, Micael Ernstell, Carina Fryklund, Thomas Fusenig, Margareta Gynning, Per Hedström, Magnus Olausson, Carl-Johan Olsson, and Eva Qviberg.
Originally a print journal, the Art Bulletin switched to digital publication in 2014 and is freely available online. The move to digital format is part of Nationalmuseum’s drive to promote open access to academic information. In its new, digital form, the Art Bulletin is completely free of charge and can be easily downloaded from the Nationalmuseum website, either as an entire journal in high- or low-resolution format or as individual articles in high-resolution format.
The Art Bulletin is published via Uppsala University’s DiVA portal, a publishing system for academic research and student theses, with a digital archive to store publications securely in the long term. The DiVA project is open to all universities, publicly funded research institutions, and government agencies in Sweden and abroad. As well as the full text of the Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum, DiVA contains a full catalogue of all Nationalmuseum print publications. Nationalmuseum has been part of DiVA since 2013.
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Domenico Fetti, David with the Head of Goliath, c.1618/20. Photo: Cecilia Heisser/Nationalmuseum
Nationalmuseum is Sweden’s premier museum of art and design. The collections comprise older paintings, sculpture, drawings and graphic art, and applied art and design up to the present day. The museum building is currently under renovation and scheduled to open again in 2018. In the meantime, the museum will continue its activities through collaborations both in Sweden and abroad as well as temporary exhibitions at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Fredsgatan 12 and Nationalmuseum Design at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm. Nationalmuseum has partnerships with Svenska Dagbladet and the Grand Hôtel Stockholm, and acknowledges the support of FCB Fältman & Malmén.