Contemporary British artists, a list of websites

Contemporary British artists, a list; contemporary British art organizations, centers, galleries

See also:  British Artists and the general Artists Directory
An online art organisation that supports medecins sans frontieres, based inLondon and representing work by contemporary British artists, sculptors and fine art photographers.

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
International centre for the contemporary visual arts in Gateshead, Tyne and


New exhibitions of contemporary art.
A calender of exhibition openings. For over 30 years New Exhibitions has been the ubiquitous publication with the function of identifying, presenting and disseminating accurate, comprehensive and up-to-date information on the Contemporary Art scene.

Initial access
Initial Access is the official website of the Frank Cohen Collection, said to be “one of the largest and most contemporary collections of art in the UK” with about 500 works.

New Exhibitions of Contemporary Art. London, Ireland, Wales, Scotland. 
provides UK artists a low cost, commission free way to exhibit their artwork.  It has no selection process and is open to all artists at any ability level.


British artists. English artists. Great British art on the internet from Artcyclopaedia.
A chronological listing of several hundred British artists, from Mathew Harris to Benjamin Tanner.

British Artists Directory
Art by professional and amateur British artists for sale online. Prints, paintings, mixed media, art societies.
KounterKulture is a cutting-edge concept, re-thinking the old art model for an appropriate approach to contemporary art in the 21st  century. Taking advantage of new technologies, Kounter Kulture seeks to reinvent the conventional gallery experience online.

London art galleries, a directory of websites

New British Artists.
Works for sale on the internet by contemporary British artists.

A complete art sales service incorporating a virtual gallery displaying original contemporary and resale artworks for sale to corporate and private buyers.

The ‘Young British Artists’ (YBA) movement

Young British Artists from The Saatchi Collection. Artcyclopedia

Young British Artists, Wikipedia entries