With over 330,000 unique visitors, almost 5 millions page views in the last year and over 2,000 articles, Inexhibit is among the most important web magazine in the world exclusively dedicated to the places where art, design and architecture are on show: museums, exhibitions, festivals and art fairs, in Europe and the United States.*
Inexhibit was founded in 2009 by Riccardo Bianchini and Federica Lusiardi as a museum and exhibition resource section within the website of the architectural practice Bianchini e Lusiardi associati (www.bianchinielusiardi.com). In 2013, Inexhibit has become an independent multi-language content platform and web magazine dedicated to museums, exhibitions and creative culture, yet it still retains the original spirit of that section aimed to provide free cultural content to both professionals and the general public.
In January, 2016, Inexhibit is featuring more than 2,100 original articles. Articles by Inexhibit magazine have been referenced, cited and reprinted in in specialized books (1), academic papers, and by authoritative organizations and media – such as the International Council of Museums (ICOM) (2), The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) (3), The New York Times (4), and The Guardian (5).
Several institutions (a list is available here) and international design offices collaborate with Inexhibit in the creation and revision of content.
Inexhibit photo repository
A feature, which sets Inexhibit apart from other web magazines, is that we produce internally many among the photographs used in our own articles (internally also meaning that we have all commercial and authorship rights on such images, since they are directly realized by our staff photographers).
Furthermore, we permanently maintain an over 3,000-piece repository of these photographs which, on request, we provide free of charge to academic institutions, non-profit organizations, and for public information purposes. To date, institutions and media which made use of such images include CNN (6), BBC (7), the Royal Institute of British Architects (8), Tate (9), Architectural Record (10), Architectural Digest (11), Slate (12), Domus (13), La Repubblica (14), Il Corriere della Sera (15), University of Michigan (16), Indiana University (17), University of California – San Diego, Wired magazine (18), Serpentine Galleries (19), Yahoo (20), El Pais (21), Vogue (22), RTBF (23), and The Guardian (24), among others.
All these images have been made by Inexhibit magazine in collaboration with the depicted museums/institutions/artists/designers, after obtaining all appropriate usage rights.
If your university/institution/medium is interested in using photos from our private repository (all that on our articles or on the web are marked either as “by Inexhibit” or “© Inexhibit”) free of charge, you can contact us at editor(at)inexhibit.com, providing details on the images requested and for what purposes such images will be used.
External contributions by
3Xn Architects – Kim Herforth Nielsen
BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
C. F. Møller
Ciclostile Architettura: Giacomo Beccari, Gaia Calamosca, Alessandro Miti
DEP studio – Paola Belussi, Marco Gottini, David Moriggia
Dan Dorell, Lina Ghotmeh, Tsuyoshi Tane
Francesco Draisci – Draisci Studio
Durish+Nolli Architetti: Pia Durisch, Aldo Nolli, Michele Zanetta
Studio Olafur Eliasson (additional text in “Olafur Eliasson exhibition in Addis Ababa“)
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Simon Hjermind Jensen
Promontorio – Paulo Martins Barata, Joao Luis Ferreira, Paulo Perloiro, Pedro Appleton
Querkraft architekten: Jakob Dunkl, Gerd Erhartt, Peter Sapp
Riegler Riewe Architekten
Sa.und.sa – Salvatore Carbone, Sara Omassi
Zaha Hadid Architects (section by Patrik Schumacher in “Zaha Hadid’s MM Corones gazes at the mountains“)
1) Simon Knell (2016), National Galleries, The art of making nations. London and New York: Routledge, 232
* official audience data for Inexhibit, April 2015 – March 2016