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- A Gathering of the Tribes
A diverse, cross-generational group of artists and writers whose main purpose is to showcase their work. Working together, they deal with shared problems and search for solutions in the larger arts world.
- Achim Moeller Fine Art
Achim Moeller Fine Art specializes in 19th and 20th Century European and American Master paintings, drawings and Sculpture.
- Ada Web, Inc.
Working with contemporary artists to develop medium-specific projects. The site hosts several projects by many artists.
- Alliance of Queens Artists
Dedicated to serving the community the Alliance of Queens Artists is in the fore front of creating u;nderstanding and harmony between people from various cultures and ethnic backgrounds.
- American Council for the Arts (ACA)
ArtsUSA is the WWW site of the American Council for the Arts (ACA) on the Internet. ArtsUSA provides advocacy information (Congressional committees, how to contact members, current legislation regarding arts funding, and more). Barbara Streisand's recent speech promoting the NEA at Harvard University, the ACA Catalog of books, the ArtsUSA Cafe discussion group and Arts Education all can be found on ArtsUSA. Soon to come is a national directory of Arts Resources and the ACA Clearinghouse of arts policy data.
from the School for Visular Arts.
- Annette Messager at MoMA
One of the most important contemporary artists working in Europe, Annette Messager fragments images and language to explore the concept of fiction, the dialogue between individual and collective identity, and the social issues of normalcy, morality, and the role of women. In her work she forcefully illustrates the idea that all things -- a child's beloved toy, a photograph, a piece of embroidery, a word with seemingly unambiguous meaning -- can be transformed into objects of potent expression.
- art & design
art, design, graphics, virtual reality, experimental html, concepts
- Art Crimes: New York City, New York USA
A gallery of grafitti art from New York City. It's called "Art Crimes" because in most places, painting grafitti is illegal. Many of these pieces no longer exist in the real world.
- Art of Joan Stennick
Recent works of this NYC painter. Big, dark and strange.
- Art Page
Finally! An Artistís own Magazine and showspace on the WWW.
Artix contains the home pages of the first internationally-known art galleries on the Web. One of the largest collections of art on the Web, Artix currently contains 112 images of work by 30 artists.
A service designed to facilitate communication between artists, galleries, art lovers, and art-related companies.
artnetweb is the third phase of a process to establish an art colony in cyberspace. The three phases are: The Internet Reading Room, the BBS, and the Web site.
- Arts Wire
Online commuications for the arts -- Arts Wire is a national computer-based communications network for the arts community. It is designed to enable artists, individuals, and organizations in arts communities across the country to better communicate, share information, and coordinate their activities. It provides immediate access to news, information, and dialogue on conditions affecting the arts and artists today.
Current gallery shows in SoHo. Original web artist's "test tube". Interactive travel map. Fashion, Design, Restaurants,Travel
- Breaking Out (of the Virtual Closet)
A WWW art project designed for artist Douglas Davis at the Lehman College Art Gallery. (110K)
Electronic art gallery including painting, photography, and works on paper.
- Chisholm Prats Gallery
With 20 years of establishment in the vintage poster market, Chisholm Prats Gallery is one of the most acclaimed vendors of the industry featuring a vast collection of turn of the century, products, air-line, ocean-liner, WWI and WWII, theatrical and musical, magic and movie posters which cover over one hundred years of poster making history.
- Coda Enterprises
Coda Enterprises is an agency providing full-service representation for artists and writers. Coda's divisions include: Imago Lecture Bureau, Hillside Public Relations and Image/World Syndication Services.
- Contemporary Arts Site
A forum for the exchange of information, artistic expression and commerce for the international contemporary artworld.
- David Zwirneri Gallery
43 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013
- Dia Center for the Arts
A multi-disciplinary contemporary arts organization. The name Dia, taken from the Greek word meaning "through," was chosen to suggest our role as the conduit or means for realizing extraordinary projects.
- Friedrich Pretzel Gallery
26 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10013
- GAle GAtes et al.
NYC based artistic group. Michael Counts, the artistic director, combines media by staging the large scale performances within original installations. More information about GAle GAtes is available by calling 212-344-5755, or by stopping by and visiting at 67 Broad St. on the 15th floor.
- GEN ART
A New York City based not-for-profit dedicated to introducing young artists to young collectors -- Contains information on artists, events and membership.
- Gupit-Gupit: The Art of One Piece Paper Sculpture
Are you ready to enter the 3rd Dimension? If so, there's now an enjoyable way of experiencing it. It's called Gupit-Gupit: The Art of One Piece Paper Sculpture.
- Handmade Frames
Custom made frames for fine art -- Each piece is carefully measured and planned. Then the materials for the frame and matte are selected. After approval by the customer, we build the frame. Their work has been seen in the New York Times, House and Garden, and Architectural Digest, and their works hang in the homes of some of the most prominent persons in and around New York City.
Site of the Estate of Keith Haring -- Everything you ever wanted to know about Keith Haring, including stuff for kids, buttons, caps and t-shirts and charitable foundations.
Founded in 1977, Harvestworks is a unique not-for-profit arts center located in New York City but with programs which are international in scope. They offer services to innovative artists and producers who use media technology, especially computer-based systems for audio & multimedia productions.
- Henry Lowengard
Ramblings and Graphical Fripperies
New York's only organizationally collaborative art center and has quickly grown to become one of the largest contemporary art presenters in lower Manhattan. Beginning with our gala opening in September 1993 drawing over 2,000 guests in one weekend, HERE has presented the work of 750 different artists and arts groups to an audience of approximately 30,000.
Home page for The Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance, Literature and Film. The site contains information about The Kitchen, it's latest schedule, and its catalog of Video art containing 400+ titles. Videos, books and other merchandise can be ordered via the web.
- Laszlo Tar
Exhibits of fine art by Laszlo Tar, a post-impressionist painter and expressive graphic artist living in New York City. Works include watercolors, oils, ink drawings, and woodcut prints.
- Marineart Gallery
The Marineart Gallery specialises in late 18th and 19th Century British and American marine art with a particular emphasis on the marine watercolours of this period. They also represent several leading contemporary marine artists.
- Markel/Sears Works on Paper
Almost 50 images by over 30 artists from an established gallery in New York specializing in unique work on paper by emerging artists.
- Mill Basin Kosher Deli
Mill Basin Kosher Deli and Fine Art Gallery, Brooklyn's Premiere Kosher Deli has been owned by Mark Schachner for the past 21 years and has established itself as an attraction to visit while in New York, because of it's Great Kosher cuisine and it's world class gallery exhibiting works by many masters of today including a collection of original works by Erté, the father of Art Deco that rivals the collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York, turn of the century posters by Alphonse Mucha and 3-D works by James Rizzi, as well as works by other great artists.
- Morris Healy Gallery
530 W 22nd Street, New York, NY 10001
Mythopoeia, a new work in four parts by photographer Suza Scalora, puts a modern face on many familiar mythological and historical figures and also gives birth to several new creatures. The word Mythopoeia comes from the Greek and it means "the making of myths." Scalora makes myths by depicting the strength, evil, beauty, power, and "otherworldliness" of fairies, deities, vampires, and other monsters. Viewers move through four chapters -- The Holy, The Damned, The Immortals and The Fables -- and they have a sense that the shadowy world of their imagination is coming to life around them, as though these images are archetypes that always existed and Scalorais merely illuminating them at www.myth.com.
- Neil's Ronkonkoma
The mind & talent of an artist from Long Island surfaces on the WEB!
- New York Art Line
NYAL is a gopher providing art and art resources on the Internet. NYAL is primarily a connection to these resources - one stop shopping - as it were. In addition to simply pointing to other resources, NYAL is an area where Arts organizations, NYC Area Artists, and Artists who work with Technology can post information.
- New York Artist
An artist represented by Dillon Gallery in SoHo whose art Robert Kushner called "courageous against the backdrop of a trend-conscious art world."
- New York Foundation for the Arts
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is a nonprofit arts service organization, one of the largest providers of grants and services to individual artists and their organizations in all artistic disciplines in the United States. Through its fellowships, residencies, sponsored projects, management services, loans, information and advocacy services, the Foundation works with artists and arts organizations throughout New York State and other parts of the country to bring the work of contemporary artists to the public.
- Parallel Media
The first level in a multi-dimensional online experience.
- Pin Cushion
Every few weeks this space will feature the work of a different artist or writer. Sometimes a group of artists will all be here at once, if their work is dealing with similar themes.
- Propos Gallery
Contempary artists: on going exhibition by Beata Szyszkowa. Jacek Galla and artist exhiting at the Polish Art Gallery-333 W. 38 St.NYC 10018 2125942266
- Sandra Morton Fine Arts
The Balinese Art Gallery
- Soho Print and Poster Shop
- Steinsnyder Gallery
Sample paintings and prints with an urban and New York theme.
art and africa on line -- english/french
- Techno-Impressionist Art
There are now 22 rooms in the gallery, each with five images. One of the largest art sites on the web. Also added: Quotes from artists, including the Techno-Impressionists; Some notes, including the history of Techno-Impressionism (Still being written); A poem called "Kissing God."
- Teryl Dayton Healy Fine Arts
- The 92nd Street Y Tisch Center for the Arts
Since 1874, the 92nd St Y has presented internationally acclaimed musical artists to the public in one of the world's finest concert halls, the Kaufmann Concert Hall.
- The Art of Renaissance Science: Galileo and Perspective
This program is based upon a videotape by the author entitled "The Art of Renaissance Science: Galileo and Perspective." The videotape is distributed by the Science Television Company and information about the tape and about ordering it may be obtained via this link or by writing to email@example.com.
- The Artslink Artist in Residence Program
Museums, galleries, and artists in residence sponsored by Time Warner Electronic Publishing.
- The Outpost
Hosts an ongoing exhibition/discussion of artists living and/or working in the Greenpoint/Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, NY.
- The Pedestrian Project
Images and information about an ongoing public art performance involving costumed characters resembling those on pedestrian crossing signs.
- The Soundbite Kiss
An online gallery, featuring lots of digital collage, photography, and a little writing.
- The Thing
A Web site and BBS, with nodes throughout Europe and America, that encourages discourse amongst artists and other professionals and provides a platform for the development of new forms of creative communication.
- The Works -- Art in a Digital Age
Showing artworks by working artists. Conventional and experimental forms.
- Third Annual New York Digital Salon 1995
An international juried competition, will take place in New York City and on the Internet November 13 - 27, 1995.
- Welcome to the Void
Welcome to the place that is no place... the time that is no time. The place were cyberspace intersects your reality, where all things are possible with a click of the mouse.
- Who's Got the Body
A collaborative web project from the MFA Computer Art Program at the School for Visual Arts, New York City -- This site is currently experience cutural difficulties and it is providing an excellent guide about censorship.
- Young Audiences/New York
New York City's largest arts-in-education organizations, serving primarily the New York City public schools. They offer high-caliber, educational residencies and auditorium programs in music, dance, theater, creative writing, and the visual arts to students from grades Pre-K through 12.
- Zero Tolerance
an Interactive Art-Webserver
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