Famous contemporary artists, 20th Century artists

David HockneyCelebrated contemporary artists; famous modern and late 20th century artists
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Abts, Tomma

Tomma Abts. David Zwimer Gallery
Tomma Abts. The Tate Gallery
Tomma Abts interview at The Tate Channel.
Tomma Abts. MOMA
Tomma Abts. Frieze Magazine
Tomma Abts. Wikipedia entry.

El Anatsui

El Anatsui. Wikipedia
El Anatsui is the recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the 56th International Art Exhibition of the Biennale di Venezia Born in 1944 in Anyako, Ghana, and based at the university town Nsukka in Nigeria since 1975, El Anatsui is perhaps the most significant living African artist working on the continent today.
El Anatsui. Jack Shainman Gallery
Monumental Works by El Anatsui. Brooklyn Museum

Aron, Rémy

Remy Aron’s website.

Abramovic, Marina

Marina Abramovic. Wikipedia entry.
Marina Abramovic. Artfacts.Net
Marina Abramovic. The Sean Kelly Gallery
Marina Abramovic Institute

Acconci, Vito

Vito Acconci. Guggenheim Collection
Vito Acconci. Works by Vito Acconci in museums and galleries.
Vito Acconci. Artnet image gallery.
Vito Acconi. Guggenheim gallery.
Vito Acconi. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Vito Acconci. ArtNet
Vito Acconci. Wikipedia entry.

Adnan, Atel

Etel Anan:  information, news, writing, art.
Atel Adnan. White Cube Gallery, London
Etel Adnan. Wikipedia entry.

AES+F Collaborative Project, Moscow

AES+F Collaborative Project homepage, Moscow.
AES+F. OCULA
AES+F. Station Museum of Contemporary Art

Aitchison, Cragie

Craigie Aitchison. Tate Gallery
Craigie Ronald John Aitchison. BBC Your Paintings Gallery
Craigie Aitchison. Artnet

Akhunov, Vyacheslav

Vyacheslav Akhunov

Alÿs, Francis

Francis Alys
Wikipedia entry.
David Zwirner: Francis Alÿs
David Zwirner Gallery
Francis Alys: The Thief
Dia Art
Francis Alys, a dedicated website.
Francis Alys Online

Amin, Shurooq

Shurooq Amin

Andre, Carl

The Carl Andre website.
Carl Andre. The Guggenheim
Carl Andre. The Tate
Carl Andre. The Guardian article.
hCarl Andre. Turner Contemporary

Antoni, Janine

Janine Antoni. Portrait, biography, web links.
Janine Antoni. Luhring Ausgustine Gallery
Janine Antoni. Wikipedia entry.
Janine Antoni. MOMA
Janine Antoni Catalogue. Artnet
Janine Antoni. Art museums holding works by Janine Antoni.

Auerbach, Frank

Frank Auerbach. Wikipedia
Frank Auerbach. Tate Gallery
Frank Auerbach. Marlborough Fine Art, London

Avery, Milton

Milton Avery Online
Milton Avery. Wikipedia
Milton Avery. Artnet
Milton Avery at galleries and auctions worldwide.
Milton Avery. Artchive
Art by Milton Avery
Milton Avery. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Milton Avery. The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Milton Avery. The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.

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Baechler, Donald

Donald Baechler Online

Baldessari, John

John Baldessari, Wikipedia entry.
John Baldessari video interview from The Tate Modern Gallery.
John Baldessari. Biography, information, exhibitions listings. 
John Baldessari. Documentary film from PBS
John Baldessari. Crown Point Press
‘John Baldessari: Pure Beauty’ @ LACMA 
John Baldessari. Deutsche Guggenheim
John Baldessari. Artnet

Banksy

Banksy. The Banksy homepage.
Banksy. Wikipedia entry.
Banksy stencil graffitti images.
Bansky discussion group and image gallery. Flickr

Barney, Mathew

Mathew Barney. Cremaster Cycle Website
Matthew Barney, Wikipedia entry.
Mathew Barney. Drawing Restraint website. 

Basquiat, Jean-Paul

Jean-Michel Basquiat
Jean-Paul Basquiat. Brooklyn Museum
Jean-Paul Basquiat. Artfacts
Basquiat, Jean-Paul. Jean-Michel Basquiat. Wikipedia entry. 

Batchelor, David

David Batchelor’s website.
David Batchelor (artist and writer) Wikipedia entry.
David Batchelor. Saatchi Gallery, London

Beattie, Dominic

Dominic Beattie. The Saatchi Gallery
Dominic Beattie. Fold Gallery, London

Beecroft, Vanessa

Vanessa Beecroft website.

Beever, Julian

Julian Beever, pavement artist.

Benglis, Lynda

Lynda Benglis
Lynda Bengalis. MOMA
Lynda Benglis. Wikipedia
Lynda Benglis Catalogue. Artnet.com
Lynda Benglis. Cheim & Read

Bernstrup, Tobias

The Official Tobias Bernstrup Web Site

Bleckner, Ross

Ross Bleckner

Boetti, Alighiero

Alighiero Boetti. Artinvest2000
Alighiero Boetti. Archivio Alighiero Boetti
Alighiero Boetti. Wikipedia entry.
Fondazione Boetti

Boltanski, Christian

Christian Bolstanski. Art galleries and museums displaying works by Christian Boltanski.
Christian Boltanski. ArtNet. Exhibitions and prices.
Christian Boltanski. MOMA
Christian Boltanski. Storage Memory, Christian Boltanski’s website.
Christian Boltanski. The Marian Goodman Gallery

Bonvicini, Monica

Monica Bonvicini

Borremans, Michael

Michael Borremans

Büchel, Christoph

Christoph Büchel. Hauser and Wirth Gallery
Christoph Buchel. Frieze Magazine
Christoph Buchel. Kunsthalle Fridericianum

Burden, Chris

Chris Burden. Crown Point Press
Chris Burden Wikipedia entry.
Chris Burden. Chris Buden online. 

Burtseva, Olga

Olga Burtseva

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Cai Guo-Qiang

Cai Guo-Qiang Homepage.

Calle, Sophie

Sophie Calle at The Venice Biennale
Calle, Sophie. Sophie Calle. Tate Gallery
Sophie Calle. Galerie Perrotin
Sophie Calle. Wikipedia entry.
Sophie Calle Online

Cacas, Juan Francisco

The Juan Francisco Cacas website.
Juan Francisco Casas. Wikipedia entry.

Chapman, Jake and Dinos

Jake and Dinos Chapman. Wikipedia entry
The Chapmans. The Saatchi Galley

Chemiakin, Mihail

Mikhail Chemyakin, Wikipedia entry.

Chavalier, Li

Li Chevalier’s website.

Coe, Sue

Sue Coe. Art museums displaying works by Sue Coe.

Condo, George

George Condo. Wikipedia.
George Condo. Artnet
George Condo. Simon Lee Gallery

Cragg, Tony

Tony Cragg. Wkipedia entry.
Tony Cragg. Tate Collection

Creed, Martin

Martin Creed. Wikipedia entry.
Martin Creed website.

Cumming, Robert

Robert Cumming online project at MOMA.

Currin, John

John Currin. Artsy
John Currin. Gagosian Gallery
John Currin. Artnet

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Davie, Karin

Karin Davie

Deacon, Richard

Richard Deacon image gallery.
Richard Deacon artworks in art museums.
Richard Deacon website.

Dean, Tacita

Tacita Dean, Guardian articles on Tacita Dean.
Tacita Dean. Frith Street Gallery
Tacita Dean. Wikipedia entry.
Tacita Dean. Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Venice.
Tacita Dean. Marian Goodman Gallery

de Keyser, Raoul

Raoul de Keyser, Raoul. Whitechapel Gallery, London.
Raoul de Keyser. David Swirner gallery.
Raoul de Keyser. Artfacts.net

Diebenkorn, Richard

Richard Diebenkorn. Artchive Gallery
Richard Diebenkorn. Art museums showing work by Diebenkorn.

Doig, Peter

Peter Doig, an article in The Guardian.
Peter Doig. Saatchi Gallery, London
Peter Doig. Victoria Miro Gallery
Peter Doig. Ocula online gallery.
Peter Doig. Art Online, Artcyclopedia
Peter Doig. Tate Gallery
Peter Doig. Wikipedia entry.

Donley, Ray

Ray Donely’s figurative oil paintings extend many of the ideas of portraiture and psychological exploration first articulated by the Renaissance and Baroque masters.

Dumas, Marlene

Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas. Wikipedia entry.
Marlene Dumas. The Saatchi Gallery
Marlene Dumas. MOMA: Measuring Your Own Grave
Marlene Dumas. Frith Street Gallery

Dzarma, Marcel

Marcel Dzama. Richard Heller Gallery
Marcel Dzama. Wikipedia
Videos for Marcel Dzama
Marcel Dzama. David Zwirner Gallery
Marcel Dzama. Artnet

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Eliasson, Olafur

Studio Olafur Eliasson
Olafur Eliasson Weather Project. Tate Modern
Olafur Eliasson. MOMA
Olafur Eliasson. The Sun Has No Money video.
Olafur Eliasson. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Olafur Eliasson. Wikipedia

Emin, Tracey

Tracey Emin. A Sad Shower in New York. Tate Gallery
Tracey Emin discusses The Shop, a video interview from Tate Modern,
Tracey Emin. ArtSeenSoho
Tracey Emin. White Cube Gallery, London
Tracey Emin and the Web Confessional
Tracey Emin. Wikipedia entry.
Tracey Emin. The Saatchi Gallery
Tracey Emin Studio
Emin International. Tracey Emin’s official website.
Tracey Emin. Tate Gallery, London

Erkmen, Ayseer

Ayseer Erkmen

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Fei, Cao

Cao Fei’ s website.
RMB City
RMB City is a virtual city at Second Life, developed by Beijing artist Cao Fei.
Cao Fei. A documentary at Art21

Fischl, Eric

Eric Fischl. Art museums displaying works by Eric Fischl.
Eric Fischl website.
Eric Fischl. Wikipedia
Eric Fischl. Artchive
Eric Fischl. Artnet

Förg, Günther

Gunther Forg. Mikael Andersen Gallery
Gunther Forg. Broad Art Foundation

Frankenthaler, Helen

Helen Frankenthaler. Artsy
Helen Frankenthaler. Wikipedia entry.
Helen Frankenthaler. Gagosian Gallery
Helen Frankenthaler. MOMA
Helen Frankenthaler. ArtNet
Helen Frankenthaler. WikiArt online gallery.

Freilicher, Jane

Jane Freilicher Online
Jane Freilicher. Artnet

Freud, Lucian

Lucian Freud. Wikipedia entry.
Lucian Freud. WebMuseum
Lucian Freud. The Tate Gallery
Lucian Freud Online. Artworks in art museums.
Lucian Freud. Portraits, figures.
Lucian Freud. The Athenaeum
Lucian Freud. Artnet 

Frize, Bernard

Bernard Frize. Galerie Perrotin
Bernard Frize website. Public and private collections online.
Bernard Frize. Wikipedia
Bernard Frize. Artnet
Bernard Frize. Simon Lee Gallery
Bernard Frize. One Art World Gallery
Bernard Frize Online

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Gallacio, Anya

Anya Gallacio
Anya Gallacio. Lehmann Maupin Gallery
Anya Gallaccio. Wikipedia entry.
Anya Gallaccio. Artnet
Frieze Magazine article on Anya Gallaccio.

Garrin, Paul

Garrin, Paul. Paul Garrin

Ghenie, Adrian

Adrian Ghenie. Pace Gallery
Adrian Ghenie. Tim Van Laere Gallery
Adrian Ghenie. Venice Biennale. Darwin’s Room
Adrian Ghenie. Art News. Venice Biannale
Adrian Ghenie. Wikipedia entry.

Gerz, Jochen

Jochen Gerz
Jochen Gerz website.
Jochen Gerz Online
Jochen Gerz. Wikipedia

Gilbert and George

Gilbert and George. Some things about art and cities.
Gilbert and George. BBC News article.
Gilbert and George. The Tate Collection
Gilbert and George, Wikipedia entry.
Works by or about Gilbert and George in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
Gilbert and George. UK Guardian
Gilbert & George. ARNDT Berlin

Gober, Robert

Robert Gober. Matthew Marks Gallery
Robert Gober. Artcyclopedia
Robert Gober. San Francisco Museum of Art

Goldsworthy, Andy

Andy Goldsworthy. Wikipedia entry.
Andy Goldsworthy. Artnet
Andy Goldsworthy. Natural sculptures.
Andy Goldsworthy. ArtNet
The on-line Preview of the Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue DVD
Andy Goldsworthy. The Courtauld Institute

Gordon, Douglas

Douglas Gordon. Hayward Gallery
Douglas Gordon. Guardian review.

Graham, Dan

Dan Graham Online

Greenbaum, Joanne

Joanne Greenbaum
Joanne Greenbaum. The Saatchi Gallery
Joanne Greenbaum. Wikipedia

Grosse, Katharina

Katharina Grosse

Gupta, Sudodh

Sudodh Gupta

Gursky, Andreas

Matthew Marks Gallery
Andreas Gursky. Artnet

Gutov, Dmitri

Dmitri Gutov’s homepage.
Dimitri Gutov. Artnet

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Haacke, Hans

Hans Haacke. Wikipedia
Paula Cooper Gallery: Hans Haacke
Hans Haacke Institutional Critique. Ewa Neumann
Frieze Magazine. Hans Haacke
Hans Haacke. Tate Gallery
MoMA. Hans Haacke

Halley, Peter

Peter Hallery. MOMA
Peter Halley Homepage
Peter Halley. Artcyclopedia

Haring, Keith

A Keith Haring website.

Heilmann, Mary

Mary Heilmann. Hauser & Wirth Gallery
Mary Heilmann. Art21, PBS

Herrara, Carmen

Carmen Herrera. New York Times article.
Carmen Herrera. Exhibition review. The Guardian
Carmen Herrera. Frederico Sève Gallery

Hiller, Susan

Susan Hiller, works on display in art museums.
Susan Hiller homepage.
Susan Hiller. Wikipedia
Susan Hiller. The Tate Gallery
Susan Hiller. The Guardian

Hirschhorn, Thomas

Thomas Hirschhorn. Wikipedia entry.
Thomas Hirschhorn. Artnet

Hirst, Damien

Damien Hirst’s Website
Damien Hirst. Wikipedia
Damien Hirst. Gagosian Gallery
Damien Hirst. Guardian.co.uk
Damien Hirst. Works by Damien Hirst in art museums. 
Beagle 2 voyage to Mars
Damien Hirst. Guardian interview.
Damien Hirst. Tate Collection, London.
Tate Retrospective reviews
Damien Hirst, Tate Modern,
The Independent
‘Never let money get in the way of an idea’
The Guardian
Damien Hirst at Tate Modern
Telegraph
Julian Spalding
Daily Mail
Damien Hirst
Brian Sewell’s review.

Hockney, David

David Hockney. Online gallery and background information. WebMuseum
David Hockney, Salts Mill, U.K.
David Hockney. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
David Hockney. Tate Gallery, London.
David Hockney. Art museums displaying works by David Hockney.
David Hockney, authorized website.
David Hockney. Wikipedia entry.
David Hockney.com
David Hockney Online. Artworks by David Hockney in art museums.
Lawrence Weschler on David Hockney’s iPhone Passion 

Hodges, Jim

Jim Hodges. Artnet

Hodgkin, Sir Howard

Howard Hodgkin. Archive image gallery.
Howard Hodgkin. Wikipedia enetry.
Howard Hodgkin official website.
Howard Hodgkin. Artnet
Howard Hodgkin. ‘The colourful life of Howard Hodgkin.’ Times Online

Holzer, Jenny

Jenny Holzer webpage. ah, da ‘web

Horn, Rebecca

The Rebecca Horne website.
Rebecca Horn. The Tate Gallery
Rebecca Horn. The Guggenheim, New York

Hoyland, John

John Hoyland. Tate Collection.
John Hoyland. Royal Academy of Arts

Hughes, Patrick

Patrick Hughes, a dedicated website.
Patrick Hughes. Wikipedia entry.

Hume, Gary

Gary Hume. Wikipedia entry.
Gary Hume. Artnet
Gary Hume. Tate Collection
Gary Hume Online

Hunter, Alexis

Hunter, Alexis. Paintings by London expatriate New Zealand artist, Alexis Hunter. Paintings, essays, interviews, biography, exhibitions. Cleanliness, Gentileschi, Technomyths.

Hwa, Choi Jeong

Choi Jeong Hwa website
The Creators Project | Choi Jeong Hwa
Choi Jeong-Hwa

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Jane, Xylor

Xylor Jane

Janssens, Ann Veronica

Ann Veronica Janssens. Artnet

Julien, Isaac

Isaac Julien official website. Films, film art installations and photography.

Just, Michael

Michael Just, a young installation and conceptual artist from Düsseldorf, Germany.

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Kabakov, Ilya

Ilya Kabakov Online.
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov website.
Ilya and Emilia Kabokov. Pace Gallery
Ilya Kabakov, Wikipedia entry.
Emilia and Ilya Kabakov. Arndt Gallery, Berlin.
Ilya Kabakov. Sloane Gallery of Art

Kapoor, Anish

Anish Kapoor. Contemporary British sculptor. Winner of the Turner Prize.
The Orbit Tower, London.
Anish Kapoor. Prints. Crown Point Press
Anish Kapoor. ArtForum article.
Anish Kapoor website.
Anish Kapoor. Lisson Gallery
Anish Kapoor. Wikipedia
Anish Kapoor. Art museums displaying works by Anish Kapoor.

Katz, Alex

Alex Katz, a dedicated website. Interviews, surveys, archives, film and video.
Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow. Tate Gallery
Works of art, auction results and sale prices of artist Alex Katz at galleries and auctions worldwide.
Alex Katz Prints. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Alex Katz. Wikipedia entry.

Kawara, On

On Kawara. Art museums displaying work by On Kawara.
On Kawara. Documenta11
On Kawara. MOMA

Klein, Yves

Yves Klein exhibitions, collections, art museums displaying works by Yves Klein.
Yves Klein Gallery. The Earth is Blue, A Monotone Symphony, The Chelsea Hotel Manifesto and others.

Knoebel, Imi

Imi Knoebel. Art.net

Koons, Jeff

Jeff Koons, interview and image gallery.
Jeff Koons. Guggenheim Collection
Jeff Koons website.
Jeff Koons. Art Facts.net. Galleries and exhibitions around the world.
Jeff Koons Online. Artcyclopedia
Jeff Koons. The Tate Collection
Jeff Koons. Gagosian Gallery
Jeff Koons. Wikipedia entry.

Kosuth, Joseph

Joseph Kosuth. Wikipedia entry.
Joseph Kosuth. Tate Gallery
Joseph Kosuth Online

Kruger, Barbara

Barbara Kruger. An online gallery at Artsy.

Kusama, Yayoi

Yayoi Kusama. Art museums displaying works by Kusama.
Yayoi Kusama. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Contemporary Art
Yayoi Kusama’s website.
Yayoi Kusama. MOMA exhibition Yayoi Kusama. Interview by Kay Itoi, with images. Yayoi Kusama. artSEENsoho Yayoi Kusama on YouTube 
Yayoi Kusama. The Tate Gallery
Yayoi Kusama. Gagosian Gallery
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Legath, Andreas

Andreas Legath. Contemporary landscape paintings on canvas. Legath is based in Bad Aibling, Germany.

Leeson, Lynn Hershman

Lynn Hershman Leeson. Video and internet installations, selected thumbnails of recent photography, quicktime
 movies, film and video sites.

Lijn, Liliane

Liliane Lijn homepage.
Liliane Lijn. Writings, exhibition, biography.
Liliane Lijn

Long, Richard

Richard Long homepage.

Longo, Robert

Robert Longo. Artcyclopedia. Robert Longo. ArtNet image gallery.

Lucas, Sarah

Sarah Lucas. The Tate Gallery
Sarah Lucas. ArtFacts.net
Sarah Lucas. Wikipedia entry.
Sarah Lucas Online. A guide to artworks in art museums.
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Marclay, Christian

Christian Marclay. ‘The Clock’ at Paula Cooper Gallery. New York Times
Christian Marclay. Paula Cooper Gallery
Christian Marclay. Whitney Museum of American Art
Christian Marclay. White Cube Gallery
Christian Marclay’s The Clock. The Guardian.uk.
Christian Marclay. Wikipedia
Essential Venice: Christian Marclay. The Art Newspaper
Christian Marclay mini documentary ‏on YouTube

Marden, Brice

A Brice Marden website.
Brice Marden. Tate Gallery, London
Brice Marden. Guggenheim Collection
Brice Marden. Wikipedia
Brice Marden. Matthew Marks Gallery

McCall, Anthony

Anthony McCall, light and film artist.

McQueen, Steve

Steve McQueen. ArtNet image gallery. Steve McQueen. WM Magazine
Steve McQueen. Frieze magazine.
Steve McQueen. Venice Biennale/Guardian.uk

Meh, Julie

Julie Mehretu. Wikipedia
Julie Mehretu. Biography/Documentary Film. PBS
Julie Mehretu. Artnet
Julie Mehretu. YouTube interview with Julie Mehretu.

Mertz, Marisa

Marisa Merz. Wikipedia, 
Marisa Merz Online

Metzger, Gustav

Gustav Metzger. Wikipedia
The Guardian
The Tate Gallery
The Art Newspaper

Messager, Annette

Anette Messager Online
Annette Messager. Interview
Annette Messager. ArtFacts
Annette Messager. MOMA
Annette Messager Tate Gallery

Miller, Harland

Harland Miller. Artnet

Moffatt, Tracey

Tracey Moffatt. Wikipedia entry.
Tracey Moffatt. Art Gallery NSW.
Tracey MoffattRoslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Mori, Mariko

Mariko Mori. Exhibition review.
Mariko Mori. Interview, Journal of Modern Art.
Mariko Mori. A website directory.
Mariko Mori fan site. The Dream Experience
Marko Mori. MOMA exhibition.
Mori, Mariko. Mariko Mori internet directory.

Moyer, Carrie

Carrie Moyer

Mutu, Wangechi

Wangechi Mutu. The Saatchi Gallery
Wangechi Mutu. Wikipedia,
Videos for Wangechi Mutu
Wangechi Mutu Catalogue, Artnet

Murakami, Takashi

Takashi Murakami fan website.
Takashi Murakami, official site.
Takashi Murakami interview.
Takashi Murakami. Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris.
Takashi Murakami. Artsy
Takashi Murakami, Wikipedia entry.
Takashi Murakami, ArtNet. N

Nauman, Bruce

Bruce Nauman. Works by Nauman in art museums.
Bruce Nauman. Wikipedia
Bruce Nauman. The Tate
Bruce Nauman. Guggenheim Collection

Nechvatal, Joseph

Joseph Nechvatal’s website
Joseph Nechvatal. Galerie Richard
Joseph Nechvatal’s noise music

UbuWeb

Neel, Alice

An Alice Neel homepage.
Alice Neel. The Tate Gallery
Alice Neel. Works by Alice Neel viewable on the internet.

Neel, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Neel

Neshat, Sherin

Shirin Neshat. Wikipedia
Shirin Neshat. Gladstone Gallery
Shirin Neshat. Artnet
Shirin Neshat. IMDB
Shirin Neshat videos. YouTube
Shirin Neshat
Shirin Neshat Online

Nitsch, Hermann

Hermann Nitsch is a prominent member of the Austrian ‘Aktionismus’, a Viennese version of the happening from New York.
Hermann Nitsch. UbuWeb Films Hermann Nitsch’s Homepage
Video of Hermann Nitsch.
Hermann Nitsch. The Saatchi Gallery

Nutt, Jim

Jim Nutt. Art museums displaying artworks by Jim Nutt. 
Jim Nutt, MOMA
Jim Nutt. National Gallery of Australia O

Odita, Odili Donald

Odili Donald Odita

Olifie, Chris

Ofili, Chris. Chris Ofili
Chris Ofili. Tate Britain
Chris Ofili. Wikipedia,
Chris Ofili Online Chris Ofili. Artnet

Ono, Yoko

Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace website, including art by Yoko Ono, events, charity projects, John Lennon memorabilia.

Orozco, Gabriel

Gabriel Orozco. Wikipedia entry.
Gabriel Orozco . Biography . Documentary Film | PBS
Gabriel Orozco. Tate Modern Exhibition Gabriel Orozco. Marian Goodman Gallery

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Parmiggiani, Claudio

Claudio Parmiggiani. Artnet
Claudio Parmiggiani. Wikipedia

Parrino, Steven

Steven Parrino

Pellegrin, Maurizio

Maurizio Pellegrin. Art.net
Maurizio Pellegrin. AskArt

Perjovschi, Dan

Dan Perjovschi Official Website
Dan Perjovshi. The International Artist Database

Pettibon, Raymond

Raymond Pettibon. PBS biography, background., images.
Raymond Pettibon. Wikipedia entry.

Peyton, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Peyton. Artnet
Elizabeth Peyton. MOMA
Elizabeth Peyton. Guggenheim New York
Elizabeth Peyton Online
Elizabeth Peyton. Wikipedia entry.

Phillips, Tom

Tom Phillips, his official website. Humument.
A Humument is a treated book by Tom Phillips based on the Victorian novel ‘A Human Document’ by W.H. Mallock.
The Tom Phillips Blog, news and updates by the artist.
Tom Phillips. The Tate Gallery
Tom Phillips. The National Portrait Gallery
Tom Phillips. The Royal Academy
Tom Phillips, Wikipedia entry.
Tom Phillips. The Guardian

Piper, Adrian

Adrian Piper, Wikipedia entry, Adrian Piper’s website.

Pittman, Lari

Lari Pittman. Art.net

Pivi, Paolo

Paolo Pivi homepage.

Polke, Sigmar

Sigmar Polke. Art museums and galleries.
Sigmar Polke. Works on paper. MOMA
Sigmar Poleke. Artchive Gallery
Sigmar Polke. Tate Gallery
Sigmar Polke. The Saatchi Gallery
Sigmar Polke. Wikipedia entry. Sigmar Polke. ArtFacts.net

Possenti, Antonio

Antonio Possenti. Artnet
Antonio Possenti. Online gallery.
Antonio Possenti. Artfacts.net

Prince, Richard

Richard Prince

Prouvost, Laurie

Laurie Prouvost
Laurie Prouvost. Article in The Guardian
Laurie Prouvost. MOT International
Laurie Prouvost. Frieze Magazine Laure Prouvost YouTube videos.
Laure Prouvost. Wikipedia entry. Q

Quinn, Marc

The Marc Quinn website. Marc Quinn. White Cube Gallery
Marc Quinn. Art News Marc Quinn. The Guardian articles on Marc Quinn.
Marc Quinn, Wikipedia entry.

Quine, Arne

Arne Quinze homepage.
Arne Quinze
Wikipedia entry.
Arne Quinze in Asia
Arne Quinze

The Parisian
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Rama, Carol

Carol Rama
Carol Rama. Isabella Bortolozzi Gallery
Carol Rama. Wikipedia entry.

Ramanathan, Chitra

Ramanathan, Chitra. Chitra Ramanathan
Artist and educator Chitra Ramanathan’s biography, thematic paintings, videos of public art installations, press reviews, academic affiliations, exhibition calendar and other links.

Rauch, Neo

Neo Rauch. Wikipedia
Neo Rauch. David Swirner Gallery
Neo Rauch. Galerie Eigen+Art
tNeo Rauch. Art in America article.
Neo Rauch Online

Reed, David

David Reed

Rego, Paula

Paula Rego. A student site from Thinkquest.
Paula Rego. Tate Gallery
Paula Rego, Wikipedia entry.
Paula Rego Online
Paula Rego. Marlborough Fine Art
Paula Rego and Her Art. Articles, gallery and resources. The Saatchi Gallery, London

Rehberger, Tobias

Tobias Rehberger

Reso (Patrick Jungfleisch)

Reso. A German painter and graffiti artist.

Richter, Gerhard

Gerhard Richter internet sites.
Gerhard Richter. Artchive online gallery.
Gerhard Richter. Museum of Modern Art
Gerhard Richter. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gerhard Richter homepage.
Gerhard Richter. The Tate Gallery
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (The Gerhard Richter Archive)
Gerhard Richter. Artnet
Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona
Gerhard Richter. The Guggenheim Museum
Gerhard Richte, Wikipedia entry.
The Art of Gerhard Richter

Rist, Pipilotti

Pipilotti Rist Homepage Pipilotti Rist Online Pipilotti Rist. Wikipedia Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out (7354 Cubic Meters). MOMA
Pipilotti Rist. UbuWeb
Pipilotti Rist. The Guggenheim Museum
Pipilotti Rist. CCA, Japan

Ritchie, Mathew

Matthew Ritchie website.
Matthew Ritchie. Wikipedia, entry.
Matthew Ritchie. Biography/Documentary Film. PBS

Rizzi, James

James Rizzi Homepage
James Rizzi. AskArt
James Rizzi. ArtNet image gallery.
James Rizzi. Art Facts. Exhibitions. galleries, background.

Rondinone, Ugo

Ugo Rondinone. Artnet gallery.
Ugo Rondinone. Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Ugo Rondinone. Sadie Coles Gallery
Ugo Rondinone. Wikipedia entry.

Ruscha, Ed

Ed Ruscha, texts and selected works.
Ed Ruscha. National Gallery of Art, Washington D. C.
Ed Ruscha. Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Ed Ruscha. Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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Salcedo, Doris

Doris Salcedo. Wikipedia,
Doris Salcedo: Shibboleth. The Tate Gallery
Doris Salcedo. Art21. PBS Doris Salcedo
Doris Salcedo. Alexander and Bonin Gallery
Doris Salcedo. The White Cube Gallery
Doris Salcedo Moderna Museet

Sala, Anri

Anri Sala, Wikipedia entry.
Anri Sala. Houser and Wirth
Anri Sala. Serpentine Galleries, London

Salle, David

David Salle. Artnet David Salle’s Website
David Salle. The Saatchi Gallery
David Salle.Skarstedt Gallery
David Salle, Wikipedia entry.
David Salle Online
David Salle. The Guggenheim Collection
David Salle. The Tate Collection

Sander, Karin

Karin Sander

Sandor, Beate

Beate Sandor, acrylics on canvas: Circle Waves, Virtual Lovers, In the Black Dimension, 4times Mirror, Twins, Black Mirror.

Saville, Jenny

Jenny Saville image gallery.
Jenny Saville. Gagosian Gallery
Jenny Saville. The Saatchi Gallery
Jenny Saville. Artsy
Jenny Saville. Wikipedia entry.

Scheibitz, Thomas

Scheibitz, Thomas. Thomas Scheibitz

Schnabel, Julian

Julian Schnabel. Robilant+ Voena Gallery
The Julian Schnabel website.
Julian Schnabel. Gagosian Gallery
Julian Schnabel. ArtNet

Julian Schnabel. Ace Gallery
Julian Schnabel. Guardian article.
Julian Schnabel. Wikipedia entry.

Schütte, Thomas

Schütte, Thomas. Thomas Schütte, ArtTFacts.net
Thomas Schütte, exhibitions list.

Scully, Sean

Sean Scully. Art museums displaying works by Sean Scully. Artcyclopedia
Sean Scully. Tate Collection
Sean Scully. ArtNet
Sean Scully. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sean Scully. National Gallery of Australia
Sean Scully, Wikipedia entry.

Sehgal, Tino

Tino Sehgal. The Guardian
Tino Sehgal. Frieze magazine article.

Shaikh Rashid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa

Shaikh Rashid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa
Shaikh Rashid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa paintings cover a diverse range of artistic genres. Wikipedia

Schlingensief, Christoph

Christoph Schlingensief. Wikipedia
Christoph Schlingensief Official Website

Shonibare, Yinka

Yinka Shonibare’s website.
Yinka Shonibare. James Cohan Gallery
Yinka Shonibare. Wikipedia

Sloan, Victor

Victor Sloan
Irish visual artist Victor Sloan’s artworks respond to political, social and religious concerns, employing photography, painting and printmaking.
Victor Sloan. Wikipedia entry.

Stelarc

Stelarc. Stelarc is an Australian performance artist.

Strautmann, Eva

Eva Strautmann. Art News
Eva Strautmann. Art Spectrum
Eva Strautmann. Wikipedia entry.

Sughi, Alberto

Alberto Sughi, considered to be one of the major Italian artists/painters of his generation.

Suh, Do-Ho

Do-Ho Soh. Venice Biennale 

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Tansey, Mark

Mark Tansey. Wikipedia
Mark Tansey. Gagosian Gallery Mark Tansey. The Broad Art Foundation
Mark Tansey. Amyscott.com
Mark Tansey. Links to Every Work Viewable on the Internet

Tarasiewicz, Tamara

Tamara Tarasiewicz. Tamara Tarasiewicz shows some of her best contemporary paintings on her homepage.

Tillmans, Wolfgang

Wolfgang Tillmans. Tate Gallery
Wolfgang Tillmans. V&A
Wolfgang Tillmans. Wikipedia
Wolfgang Tillmans, a dedicated website.
Wolfgang Tillmans. Artnet
Wolfgang Tillmans. Andrea Rosen Gallery

Thomas, Alma

Alma Thomas, works of art in art museums.
Alma Thomas. The National Gallery of Art

Tjangala, Uta Uta

Uta Uta Tjangala

Tomassini, Claudio

Claudio Tomassini

Topçuoğlu, Nazif

Nazif Topçuoğlu
Nazif Topcuoglu. Artnet
Nazif Topcuoglu. Works. Photography Now

Twombly, Cy

Cy Twombly.
Works by Cy Twombly in art museums.
Cy Twombly image gallery, ArtNet.
Cy Twombly. Fifty Years of Works on Paper, The Hermitage Museum
The Hermitage, St Petersburg.
Cy Twombly Artchive Gallery
Cy Twombly. ArtFact
Edmund de Waal on Cy Twombly
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Wearing, Gillian

Gillian Wearing. Maureen Paley Gallery
Gillian Wearing. Whitechapel Gallery
Gillian Wearing. Pinakothek der Moderne
Gillian Wearing. The Guardian
Gillian Wearing. The Tate
Gillian Wearing. Regen Projects
Self Made A diverse group of British people respond to an ad from artist Gillian Wearing.
Gillian Wearing. Wikipedia

Webber, John

John Webber, Te Papa Museum, New Zealand.
John Webber. Artnet

Weiwei, Ai

Ai Weiwei. Wikipedia entry.
Ai Weiwei’s Twitter Microblogging Account
Weiwei, Ai. Ai Weiwei, Wikipedia entry.
Ai Weiwei. Guardian.co.uk
Ai Weiwei. Lisson Gallery Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Ai Weiwei. Artnet

Wesselman, Tom

Tom Wesselmann Online
Tom Wesselmann. Wikipedia
Tom Wesselmann. Artnet

Zeid, Fahrelnissa

Fahrelnissa Zeid – Exhibition at Tate Modern
Fahrelnissa Zeid. UK Standard
Fahrelnissa Zeid. The Guardian
Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid. Wikipedia


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