artincontext Main Index   |   Welcome   |   Register   |   Edit


The Library
How We Work
Mission and Purpose
Board Members
Involvement and Inclusion
Information and Assistance
Record Classifications
Published References
Public Support
Donation Form
Join Our Email List
Contact Us


All images and information on this site are copyright protected and may not be bought, sold or otherwise reproduced without the express written consent of the artist, estate, representative or other currently registered legal owner of the original image and or intellectual property.

Art in Context Center for Communications maintains this site as an online reference library for the publication and dissemination of information about artists and where to find their work. In accordance with US Code: Title 17, Section 108, Art in Context Center for Communications supplies this information and these images to the public for educational/archival purposes only. All other texts/images not protected under others copyrights are protected property of Art in Context Center for Communications under copyright law.

Art in Context Center for Communications believes in the free use of its information but asks that the courtesy of the following accreditation, "Source: Art in Context," (and for Web publications a hyper-link to the source page), be given if such material is re-published.


The Art in Context web site disseminates information added by curators, dealers, artists, writers and others from around the world. You can use the library's online publication and distribution services to document and post information anytime. To add your information and images go to:


For additional information, please contact the library. Library office hours are Monday-Wednesday 10:00-5:00 and Thursday 1:00-7:00 EDT.

Restructuring Note

Art in Context is pleased to introduce the release of the library's new database and infrastructure powered by Carnegie Mellon University's Center for Arts Management and Technology. With the release of the new database some areas may have moved or links may have changed. To continue your research go to:

Main Index

Make a Donation

Your donation, in any amount, to the library's 2008 Technology Annual Appeal will help Art in Context secure and expand the presentation of catalogued data, increase member services, and provide broader public access to this freely accessible visual arts resource.

To make a donation go to:

2008 Technology Annual Appeal

© 1995-2016 Art in Context Center for Communications. All rights reserved.