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Newspaper articles are often short and chronicle a daily record of a particular town or city. Newspapers are a good source of art exhibition reviews.
Magazines often take up the same types of topics, but in a bit more depth than newspapers. Magazines, such as The New Yorker, also review art exhibits. Magazines are generally dedicated to a particular subject area.
Professional Journals find their audience with the practioners in a field.
Scholarly journals are written by academics and for a more academic audience. Scholarly articles are generally peer reviewed and offer more analytical discussions of an artist.
Where should I look?
The tool that will help you find articles on your topic is a database. The library subscribes to many databases, and these are the ones I recommend starting with
Search the full text of 400 journals in 20 disciplines including Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Ecology, Literature, Mathematics, Statistics, and Visual and Performing Arts.
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