Contemporary Art

Africaserver:  Virtual gallery of African artists living in The Netherlands.

Art in Context . "Information about artists and where to find their work."

Sue and Pete Hill. The Mud Maid in the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Artists' Websites Collected by the New York Art Resources Consortium: Websites of artists significant to the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Frick Collection.
Artnet . Resource for auction and sales information about contemporary artists.

ART21 Youtube channel. Non-profit organization dedicated to contemporary art and producer of the PBS series.

Asia Art Archive. Contemporary art in Asia.

Avalanche Magazine Index. Online index only to the artists' journal that was published in New York from 1970-1976.

Contemporary Art Source Page: compiled by Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Whitcombe of Bryn Mawr College.

Contemporary Artists Index from the Cleveland Institute of Art. An index to the museum library's collection but can be used to find books in which specific artists are featured.

Critical Collective. Arts, particularly contemporary art, in India.

Damien Hirst - The First Look. Program from Channel 4 in Britain.

Hans Hofmann Papers ca. 1904-2011. Finding Aid from the Archives of American Art.

Henry Moore Foundation: Online catalogue of Henry Moore artworks.

Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity. Explores Moore's work in the Tate collections and includes additional research material.

Library Science. "Contemplates our personal intellectual, and physical relation to the library." Created by various artists and sited at New Haven libraries.

Lillian Swann Saarinen Papers, ca. 1909-1977. Finding aid from the Archives of American Art.

Maryland Institute College of Art's Decker Library. Digitized audio recordings of artist's talks, poetry readings, and cultural discussions from the 1960s to 1990s.

Modern Chinese Art Websites. Various contemporary artist's websites compiled by the Li Ching Cultural and Educational Foundation.

Museum of Contemporary Art Interviews, 1979-1986. Finding aid from the Archives of American Art.

Nancy Davidson Papers, 1970s to 2016. Finding aid from the Archives of American Art.

National Film Board of Canada Arts Channel. Selection of films on the arts, including artist biographies.

POBA: Where the Arts Live. "A non-profit online hub that celebrates the work of exceptional contemporary artists -- known and unknown -- who died without recognition of the full measure of their talents or legacies."

Remembering Jack Goldstein (East of Borneo Publications essay).

Research at MOMA: Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP). Research initiative at MOMA "driven by a desire to deepen the Museum's expertise and to expand the criteria by which quality in works of art and artistic movements is defined."

Rethinking Guernica. Online open-access library of  more than 2000 documents related to the Picasso anti-war painting, from the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid.

Robert Alexander Papers and Temple of Man Records, 1956-1992. Finding aid from the Archives of American Art for the assemblage artist, printer, collagist and poet.

Robert Rauschenberg Research Project. "Provides free worldwide access to a wealth of scholarly research and documentation related to artworks by Robert Rauschenberg in SFMOMA's permanent collection." Includes downloadable images.

San Francisco Women Artists Records, 1925-1999. Finding aid in the Archives of American Art.

Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim. "Storylines examines the diverse ways in which artists today engage narrative through installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, video, and performance."

Street Art. "Online collections and exhibitions about the history, locations and artists of street art. Part of the Google Cultural Institute.          

Swissart: The Swiss Art Portal.

Tate Archive. Previously unpublished British artists' materials.

UbuWeb. Site dedicated to the Avant-Garde, offering free downloads of films, videos and much more.

Venice Biennale 2013 on the Web. Collected by the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library.