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Art Resources

Artist led Spaces / Initiatives / Collaborations

16 Beaver, New York

Cubit, London UK

Minus Space, New York

Sparwasser HQ, Berlin

Southern Exposure, San Francisco

Studio Voltaire, London

Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing

YYZ Artist Outlet, Toronto

Biennials / Art Fairs / Festivals

Art Basel, Switzerland

Documenta, Kassel, Germany

ev+a, Limerick, Ireland

Frieze Art Fair, London

Istanbul Biennial, Turkey

Liverpool Biennial, UK

Manifesta, Germany

Moscow Biennale, Russia

Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil

Shanghai Bienniale, China

Skulptur Projekte Münster, Germany

Venice Bienniale, Italy

Information websites

Access Art: Resource for teachers and students.

Artcyclopedia: internet encyclopedia on art and artists.

Artworld Salon: An experimental discussion platform focused on issues concerning the globalised artworld.

Art:21 Art in the Twenty-First Century: A television series focusing exclusively on contemporary visual art.

Axis: Online resource for Contemporary Art

Collabarts: An information resource for collaborative art practice for artists, theorists and art students.

Curating degree zero: A discussion platform to research the practice of freelance curators, artist-curators, new-media curators and curatorial collaborations

Database of Virtual Art: Documents the field of digital Installation Art.

Digital Art Source: Resource site for digital art and culture information.

Intute: online service providing information about web resources for education and research. The networking platform for information on European arts and culture.

STOT: platform providing online links relating to contemporary art.

The Artists: database of modern and contemporary artists.

International Museums and Galleries

Art Institute of Chicago

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Victoria

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

Camden Art Centre, London

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Dia Art Foundation, New York

Drawing Center, New York

Gagosian Gallery, New York

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

Hayward Gallery, London

ICA - Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

Maxxi, Rome

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Moderna Museet, Stockholm,

MOMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York

Mori Art Museum, Japan

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Finland

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Musee d’Orsay, Paris

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Reina Sofia, Madrid

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Saatchi Gallery, London

Serpentine Gallery, London

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Tate Modern, London

Whitechapel Gallery, London

White Cube, London

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Witte de With, Rotterdam

Irish Museums and Galleries

126, Galway

Butler Gallery, Kilkenny

Catalyst Arts Gallery, Belfast

Context Gallery, Derry

Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork

Cross Gallery, Dublin

Dock Arts Centre, Carrick on Shannon

Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin

Draiocht, Dublin

Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane

Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin

Fenton Gallery, Cork

Gallery of Photography, Dublin

Galway Arts Centre

Green on Red Gallery, Dublin

Hallward Gallery, Dublin

Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda

IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Kerlin Gallery, Dublin

Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin

Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork

Limerick City Gallery of Art

Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo

Project Arts Centre, Dublin

RHA - The Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin

Rubicon Gallery, Dublin

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin

Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin

Monstertruck Gallery and Studios

Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin

Taylor Galleries, Dublin

Journals / Magazines / Reports

Afterimage: Journal of Media Art and Cultural Criticism

Art and Research

Art Forum Magazine

Art Monthly

Art Newspaper

Art Papers

Art Review

Cabinet cultural magazine

Circa Art Magazine



Critical Inquiry

Curator: The Museum


Flash Art

Frieze Art Journal


Irish Arts Review

Journal of Visual Culture


Modern Painters


Printed Project

Springerin: A quarterly magazine dedicated to the theory and critique of contemporary art and culture.

The International Journal of Cultural Policy

Third Text

The Vacuum

The Visual Artists New Sheet




Art & Science Collaborations (ASCI): Promotes awareness of collaborations between artists and scientists.

Beall Centre for Art and Technology: Supports innovation across arts, science and engineering

Belfast Exposed: gallery for contemporary photography



Fire Station Artists Studios



Public Art

Sculpture Network

Situations: A commissioning and research programme based at the University of the West of England in Bristol.

Visual Artists Ireland


WRO Centre for Media Art

Resources Specific to Conceptual Art

Information Websites

UBU: An educational resource for Conceptual and Performance art

Resources Specific to Installation Art

Information Websites

Database of Virtual Art: Documents the field of digital Installation Art.

Digital Art Source: Resource site for digital art and culture information.

Inside Installations: A three-year research project for the preservation and presentation of Installation Art (2004-2007). A free on line community for Installation Art.

Luxonline: Web resource for exploring film and video in-depth.

New Video Installation: An online review for new experimental film, video and Installation Art.

Journals / Magazines / Reports

Senses of Cinema


Medicine Factory

Resources Specific to New Media Art

Artist led Spaces / Initiatives / Collaborations

Vertext: Artist-run space in NY supporting emerging media artists.

Videotage: Interdisciplinary artist collective focusing on the development of video and new media art in Hong Kong.

Year Zero One: Media Arts Collective exploring new and hybrid artistic practices emerging from new technologies.

Information Websites

235media: New Media Art and Technology

Ars Electronica: Platform for digital art and media culture.

Arteamundo: New Media Art in Argentina

BBC Video Nation

British Artists’ Film & Video Study Collection

Cinovid: Database of experimental film and video art.

DARE: Interactive digital art resource for education.

Database of Virtual Art: Documents the field of digital installation art.

Depict: International short-film competition to make films under 90 seconds.

Digital Art Source: Resource site for digital art and culture information.

Electronic Arts Intermix: Resource for video art.

Lovebytes: Digital arts organisation promoting the creative and cultural potential of digital technologies.

Luxonline: A web resource for exploring British-based artists’ film and video.

ICA Digital Art: Showcases digital art projects curated by London’s Institute of Contemporary Art.

Journals / Magazines / Reports



Film Ireland: magazine published by Filmbase on film and video.



Digital Arts Developmental Agency: Supports art work exploring digital processes

Digital Hub

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI): Arts organisation supporting video and media art.

Electrohype: Organisation promoting and advocating computer-based art in Sweden and the other Nordic countries.

Eyebeam: Centre for the promotion of new technologies and media arts.

Plug.In: A space for contemporary art focusing on electronic media.

Rhizome: Based in the New Museum in NY, Rhizome promotes emerging artistic practices that engage with technology.

V2: An interdisciplinary centre for art and media technology based in Rotterdam.

ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

Resources Specific to Participatory and Relational Art


Age and Opportunity

Arts & Disability Directory

Arts and Disability Forum

Arts and Disability Ireland

Arts Care

Art Squad

Action Factory Community Arts



Common Ground

Cork Community Artlink




KCAT Art & Study Centre

The Art of Change

Waterford Healing Arts Trust

Resources Specific to Photography

Biennales / Art Fairs / Festivals

Auckland Festival of Photography, New Zealand

Brighton Photo Biennial

Format: International Photography Festival, UK

GRID, International Photography Biennial

Les Rencontres d’Arles, Photography Festival, France

London Street Photography Festival

Photo Biennial, Thessaloniki, Greece

PhotoEspana festival, Spain

New York Photo Festival

Information Websites

Photography-now: The international online platform of photography and video art

Photo-Festivals: Photo-Festivals is a platform for international photography festivals with the aim to promote the development of the community of photographers.

Photomuse: a resource for Scholarship in the History of Photography

Reframing Photography: Theory and Practice

International Museums and Galleries

Aperture Foundation, New York

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa

Centre for Contemporary Photography, Australia

Foam, Amsterdam

G44, Toronto: Centre for Contemporary, Toronto

International Centre of Photography, New York

Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL

Irish Museums and Galleries

Gallery of Photography

Journals / Magazines / Reports

Aperture Magazine

Blind Spot: Magazine

B&W Magazine

Camera Obscura

F-Stop: Bi-monthly online photography magazine, showcasing work from established and emerging photographers worldwide.

History of Photography

Lens Culture: Photography and Shared Territories

Pluk Magazine

Philosophy of Photography: Philosophy of Photography is a peer reviewed journal, acting as a forum for, theoretical issues, practices and techniques.,id=186/

Photography and Culture

Silvershotz: The International Journal of Photography

Source - Photographic Review

Tank Magazine

The British Journal of Photography

The International Journal of the Image

Visual resources: an International Journal of Documentation

21ST Editions: The Journal of Contemporary Photography


Photoforum, New Zealand

Photofusion, London

Collectives Encounter: Collectives encounter is a platform for six photography collectives.

The Society for Photographic Education

Resources Specific to Public Art

Information Websites

Art-public: European website providing examples of public art initiatives on a subscription basis.

Breaking Ground: Per Cent for Art programme for Ballymun Regeneration Limited, Dublin, 2002 – 2010

Public Art Online.

Public Art Development Trust

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association (PMSA)


Sheffield Hallam University: Public Art Research Archive

Magazines / Journals / Reports

Art and Architecture Journal: UK magazine for public art collaboration, contemporary urban culture and architecture.

Public Art: Per Cent for Art Scheme, General National Guidelines: Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dublin, 2004, available on the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism website

Public Art Research Project – Steering Group Report to Government: Dublin 1996, available on the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism website

Art and the City: Review of the Cork City Council Per Cent for Art Scheme 1986-2003: Ruairí Ó Cuív, Gandon Editions for Cork City
Council, 2006.

Placing Art: The Pilot Public Art Programme, Sligo County Council, available on the Sligo County Council website:

Placing Art, A colloquium on Public Art in Rural, Coastal and Small Urban Environments, 2002, the keynote papers available on the Sligo County Council website:

Art Best Placed, Sligo Local Authorities Public Art Plan, 2004-2006, available on the Sligo County Council website:

10 Years of Public Art in Sligo, 1997-2007, available on the Sligo County Council website:


Academy of Urbanism

Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network (PAN)

Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government

Irish Architecture Foundation

IXIA: Public art think tank which works with artists and policy makers in the public and private sectors to create opportunities for artists working in the public realm

Public Art Fund

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, D08 FW31, Ireland
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