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View Resource Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum now offers a gopher server which includes a complete exhibition and performance history for the Museum, a staff history and institution chronology, and a searchable index to all exhibitions. Search for exhibitions of your favorite artists.

https://whitney.org/
View Resource WebMuseum

Open 24 hours a day, the WebMuseum is a 1994 winner of the Best of Web award for Best Use of Multiple Media. "With no support, no funding, (and) no manpower: the WebMuseum is a collaborative work of its visitors..." Paintings and supportive text depict many different eras and styles of work. Subject-oriented Famous Paintings and an author index are located in General Exhibitions, the primary...

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/
View Resource Internet ArtResources

Internet ArtResources is beautifully presented and contains some wonderful content. In Feature Articles, Postcards from Venice celebrates the Venezia Aperto Vetro, a celebration of Venetian glass. The postcards read somewhere between reviews and travel guides, the only dissappointment is that they are dated from September 1996. The Guide, Galleries, and Fairs, Expos, (and) Shows are all...

http://artresources.com/
View Resource Asian Arts: The On-line Journal for the Study and Exhibition of the Arts of Asia

Web Arts Publishing provides Asian Arts, an online journal dedicated to the study and exhibition of the arts of Asia that targets scholars, museum staff, and commercial collectors. At the site, users can find full-text articles, lengthy essays and travel reviews (in the Forum section), information and highlights of museum exhibitions, institutions, and private galleries, a calendar of events, and...

http://www.asianart.com/
View Resource The place

Joseph Squier, an artist and associate professor of electronic media at University of Illinois, presents the place, an "evolving repository of art work created specifically for distribution on the Web." Squier's art work employs texts, images, and JavaScript to convey his message. Currently, some highlights are urban diary, a scrapbook documenting the experiences of "an anonymous urban citizen,"...

http://theplace.walkerart.org/place.html
View Resource The George Ortiz Collection

This site is an online version of a travelling exhibit of the unique private collection of George Ortiz, who has been gathering Greek, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and other artifacts for some 42 years. At the site, visitors can view the full collection (280 pieces), along with catalog entries for each piece, as well as 20 key works presented in 3D via QuickTime VR. The collection is browsed by 18...

https://www.georgeortiz.com/
View Resource Alberto Giacometti

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City has two new exhibitions available for Modern art lovers. As the sole US venue, MoMA organized the exhibition Alberto Giacometti to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Swiss artist's birth. The accompanying Website presents 26 works -- sculpture, paintings, and drawings -- in crisp, high quality images accompanied by explanations, a complete...

https://www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2001/giacomett...
View Resource Devices of Wonder

The Getty Museum cleverly uses our new media toy, the World Wide Web, to showcase this exhibition of media devices from the past and present. Included are inventions that present visual information or optical illusions, such as Indonesian shadow puppets, magic lantern slides, pop-up books, thaumatropes, and anamorphic images. Both animated and non-animated versions are available, and there are...

http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/devices/
View Resource The Fitzwilliam Museum

Perhaps one of the most well-regarded university-affiliated museums in the world, the Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge contains close to 500,000 different objects ranging from medieval manuscripts to coins from the Roman occupation of Britain. Visitors to the site will find that there are also several excellent online exhibits that will introduce them to the breadth of the...

https://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/
View Resource Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden

Located at the University of Nebraska, the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden house the Nebraska Art Association collection (started in 1888) and the University of Nebraska collection (started in 1929). In total, the collection comprises over 12,000 pieces in all formats. The collection is particularly strong in 19th century landscape works and American Impressionism. The Sculpture...

http://www.sheldonartmuseum.org
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