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a.k.a. - Getty Information Institute An experimental searching tool to interface terms from the Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT) and the Union List of Artist Names (ULAN) to several arts databases: the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, the International Repertory of the Literature of Art (RILA), and the Provenance Sale Catalogue and Sale Contents Databases. a.k.a. allows the searching of multiple databases simultaneously for the display of reference citations, thesauri terms or artists names.
Art & History List of art and art history related sites, collected by Michael Kearl.
Art, Architecture and Urban Design Kara Robinson (Clearinghouse Guide)
Arts Wire An extensive collection of art resources, a weekly digest of arts news and conferencing opportunities.
Aesthetics On-Line (AE) The American Society for Aesthetics and its counterpart, the British Society for Aesthetics, present themselves. In contains articles about philosophy and the arts, information about aesthetics events worldwide, and links to other arts, philosophy and aesthetics-related resources on the internet (including the aesthetics email list).
Communication Arts A site of the world's largest magazine on creativity for graphic designers, art directors, copywriters, illustratorss and multimedia designers. A great site for all graphic designers.
CultureFinder A guide to find classical music, opera, dance or theater performance. Includes weekly columms, news about the arts, an artist showcase, and a library of arts information.
European Cyber Gallery of Modern Art Dedicated exclusively to the coverage of the whole European Modern Art scene from 48 Western and Eastern countries. (Enbglish and German version). In "Cyber Community" you will find information on modern art arranged by country or by subject; in "Cyber Museum" you'll find some nice examples of modern european artists; "Global Villages" provides information on art prices and special projects; "Cyber Gallery" provides information on the artists in the cyber museum; and the "Community Forum" give users a chance to communicate with each other.
EXPO A collection of images from the Library of Congress organized as museum exhibits. Tickets to the EXPO terrain are free.
Great Art from the Western Tradition Links listed chronologically by period (from Antiquity to Modern). Created by Russell McNeil.
Institute of New Media (INM) A Virtual space exploration: scientific research in the visual environments of simulated model worlds an new media art. Frankfurt (Germany). Germnan and English version.
Internet Art Resources A guide to the visual arts. With reviews, feature articles, and image catelogue, galleries, artists, museums, art schools and more.
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)- New York An impressive overview of modern art. Provides information on the collection, exhibitions, programs & events, publications, and more.
Museumserver Platform for Dutch museums on the Internet. It contains homepages of Dutch museums, virtual exhibitions, a discussion page, and links to museums worldwide.
National Gallary of Art Washington D.C. (USA). You can look at the collection and special exibitions. There's a very good resource section were you can visit the Art Research Library, the Center for the Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, many Education Resources, the Gallery Archives, and more.
Philadelphia Museum of Art "The Philadelphia Museum of Art--in partnership with the city, the region, and art museums around the globe--seeks to preserve, enhance, interpret, and extend the reach of its great collections in particular, and the visual arts in general, to an increasing and increasingly diverse audience as a source of delight, illumination, and lifelong learning."
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam "The Stedelijk Museum opened its doors in 1895, the same year as the first Venice BiŽnnale. "It was a quiet, civilized museum for the Amsterdam bourgeoisie in a time when there was nothing as troublesome as modern art," wrote Director Rudi Fuchs in the Bulletin on the occasion of the Museum's 100th anniversary in 1995."
World Wide Books Online Exihition Catalogues and Other Books on Art. A searchable and browsable database of more than 35,000 titles on art, architecture and photography systematically selected. It includes international museaum and gallery catalogues published form the 1960 to the present and American trade and university press art books published since 1992.
World Wide Arts Resources Claims to be the biggest gateway to the arts on the Internet. Links to art galleries, museums, exhibitions, art for sale, art schools & agencies, art history, film resources, theatre resources, dance resources. If you don't want to browse the categories, you can use a search engine with a database of over 100,000 arts related pages.
World Wide Web Virtual Library: Museums