The palace arts journal has a unique position in the modern arts world: it’s the only journal dedicated to all aspects of the royal palace.
Its authorship began in 2012, when the current editor-in-chief, Marie-Claude Grosvenor, began working for the British royal family.
Its mission is to provide an “insider’s perspective on the arts, culture and history of the United Kingdom,” Grosvys says.
The paper was founded in response to the 2015 coronavirus pandemic, which killed more than 2,100 people, according to the Guardian.
“The palace arts world is in the midst of a moment,” Gens said in a statement to the Associated Press.
Grosvinor says the journal is part of the new generation of royal arts publications, and it’s part of a wider movement of “the emerging middle of the art world.” “
And for the first time in a long time, it is a place where we all are encouraged to make a difference.”
Grosvinor says the journal is part of the new generation of royal arts publications, and it’s part of a wider movement of “the emerging middle of the art world.”
The news has been met with criticism from critics.
“Grosvinors goal is not to provide a new and accurate account of events in royal history, it’s to create a new art journal,” says historian James Farrar.
“That’s the aim of the whole endeavour, to provide something that is accurate, objective and authoritative.”
But Grosvillers goal is to create an authoritative, well-documented and informative art journal, and she says she’s received support from some of the world’s most prominent artists.
“I’m not saying I don’t respect the artistic integrity of the arts world,” Grazvys said in the AP article.
“But I think there are more than enough independent, diverse and ambitious art critics who have written about these events that it’s really not my place to judge the work of these people.”
Grazvinas work, which includes an award-winning piece on the royal family’s engagement with the media, is the first such project in the world, according the Journal of Contemporary Art.
The AP called Grosvetans project “the first serious attempt to create such a journal.”
In addition to her royal duties, Grosvinger writes and edits a quarterly journal called The Art and Culture of the Queen.
She also works as a journalist and is an advisor to the Royal College of Art, which is in charge of promoting British art.
The College says its “research and analysis of art history is conducted in an independent and open way,” and that Grosveras research has helped it to advance “the field of art studies.”
“The publication of The Art of the British Monarch, The Royal Diary of Prince Philip and Prince William, and other articles, and a book of photographs by British artists, have created an unparalleled opportunity to explore contemporary and historic British art, history and culture,” said the College’s editor, Sarah Mould.
“As a result, this publication will be an invaluable resource for the wider world, helping to advance the field of British art and cultural history.”
The journal has been available for only about a year, but it has already become an important part of Grosvein’s work.
“Art history is really important in the royal household,” she says.
“There are lots of arts and culture institutions in the Royal Family, and we are constantly looking for new ways to improve our understanding of the lives and careers of these great people.”