Arts

De Gruyter’s arts list is distinguished by its exceptional quality and unusual breadth. In addition to our traditional strengths in early modern art history, provenance research, and visual culture, we are currently expanding our portfolio in the areas of transcultural studies,

object studies, and the art market. Our growing English-language list is particularly attractive for international academics. Since 2018, our portfolio has been further enriched through our acquisition of the renowned Deutsche Kunstverlag.

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We want to know! That’s why we travel to dozens of conferences in all fields world-wide. On our conference overview you will find all the places you can currently meet us, including a brand new virtual booth. This not only gives you the advantage of ordering with conference discounts from the comfort of your home, but also comes with interesting webinars, author interviews and meetings with De Gruyter editors.

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Contact

Dr. Pipa Neumann
Editorial Director Arts
Tel.:
+49 (0)30 27 907-625
Dr. Katja Richter
Dr. Katja Richter
Senior Acquisitions Editor Arts
Tel.:
+49 (0)89 76 902-313
Dr. Anja Weisenseel
Dr. Anja Weisenseel
Acquistions Editor Arts
Tel.:
+49 (0)89 76 902-388
Arielle Thürmel
Arielle Thürmel
Content Editor Arts
Tel.:
+49 (0)89 769 02 - 235

Renowned Partners


  • Die Angewandte, Wien
  • Warburg-Haus, Hamburg
  • Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • Exzellenzcluster „Matters of Activity. Image Space Material“, Berlin
  • Lehr- und Forschungsstelle für Theorie und Geschichte der Fotografie, Zürich
  • Forschungsstelle „Entartete Kunst“, Hamburg
  • Das technische Bild. Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik, Berlin