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Burlington releases current issue online

April 2 2020

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Picture: The Burlington Magazine

Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz

Wonderful news that during the world’s current crisis The Burlington Magazine has made its current issue free to read online. You can click here to read the current issue.

This will come as welcome news, as the majority of the world is now confined to four walls. A good way to find future new subscribers, alongside the joy of reading the magazine’s contents for free during these troubling times. Furthermore, this month’s editorial is dedicated to the pertinent theme of Art and Illness. Spurred on from new research undertaken by the University of California at Berkley, leading psychologists have been able to verify the notion that ‘Art can make you feel better’. This, as the editorial points out, has been a long held view by readers of the Burlington and generations of Art Lovers across the globe.

A large number of online journal resources are following suit, with JSTOR having announced that open access content can now be read without having the faff of signing up for an account. 

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