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The Irish Museum of Modern Art

Centre Georges Pomidou

Centro Galego de Arte ContemporŠnea

Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati

Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

Fondation Cartier

Henry Art Gallery

J. Paul Getty Museum

Le Consortium

Los Angeles County Museum of Art


Mattress Factory

Moderna Museet

Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art


Museu de Arte Moderna de S„o Paulo

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Museum of Modern Art

New Museum for Contemporary Art


The official site.


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The Andy Warhol Museum

The Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim museum website offers access to its many branches around the world.

The Tate

This is the new site for the family of Tate Galleries, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool, and Tate St. Ives.

The Walker Art Center

The official site.

The Whitechapel Gallery

The Whitney Museum of American Art

Wexner Center for the Arts

Wiener Secession



Ken Goldberg

Left: Ken Goldberg. Right: Steve Russell, Spacewar!, 1961, computer game.

Ken Goldberg, an artist and associate professor of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, edited the essay collection The Robot in the Garden: Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet (MIT Press, 2000).


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The Digital Artist

The Digital Artist is an exhibit site for artists, designers and artisans. Exhibits are free, and include name, contact information, biography, artist's statement, personal web page link and one image.


Art book site


Texas art coverage

Contemporary Art Benefit Auction for THE THING


Limited edition prints featuring the art of Lou Patrou

The Sampson Gallery

Cutting edge art on the cusp of explosion.

radar, moderated by Steven Kaplan

Radar is the original and the definitive online calendar of NY art, performance, digital, video, and film events. It bases its listings on information secured directly from galleries, museums, artists, and organizations.

Illustration Magazine

Issue #2 Contents will include Norman Saunders, Frank Frazetta, Perry Peterson, The Famous Artists School Part 1, an interview with Russ Cochran, book reviews, a gallery guide and much more!

Newsgrist - where spin is art

NYC's home-grown new-media news digest (; featuring splash projects on a bi-weekly basis...


Hand-made industrial objects and site-specific installations by artist Michael Konrad.


live around the world

Blind Date - Japan/Denmark

5 Danish and 5 Japanese artists are taking part in a blind date in order to create a show togethere

AIU: A Yoko Ono Box

All about Yoko Ono the artist!

The Badge of Quality

The official website of arts and entertainment

A new project by Francis Alys

Call 1-866-FREE-MATRIX to experience Francis Alˇs's new exhibition.

Adapted from "dupe: a partial compendium of everyday delusions," an artist book by Jeff Gibson.


winner at the Flash Film Festival in Amsterdam for the art category.

Modern + Contemporary Art by 1,000+ Jury-Selected Artists from Europe.

The spanish website on visual arts


Stroom is a Dutch foundation specialized in Art in Public Space. Major projects by James Turrell and Acconci Studio were realized in The Hague, the Netherlands.

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