Contemporary Art Update
The newest updates at Grove Art Online focus on globalization.
Newly added articles investigate themes of globalisation in respect to contemporary art, addressing such topics as biennials and art fairs, and Brazilian art after 1980. In addition, new and revised biographies offer a sampling of contemporary artists from around the globe working in various media and forms who are expanding the international reach of contemporary art.
The Grove Encyclopedia of American Art
This month Grove introduces content from the forthcoming Grove Encyclopedia of American Art, edited by Joan Marter, Professor of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and Editor of Woman’s Art Journal. Drawing upon the expansive scholarship in The Dictionary of Art, The Grove Encyclopedia of American Art will deal with all aspects of American art from Native American architecture to contemporary installation art.
More information about both of these additions is available at Grove’s What’s New page.
Tips for Oxford Art Online Users
Available now for Oxford Art users is a new printable, reader-friendly Oxford Art Online users’ guide containing tips about how to navigate Oxford Art Online and make the most of the content available.
About Oxford Art Online
Oxford Art Online is an innovative gateway that offers users the ability to access and search the vast content of Grove Art Online and other Oxford art reference resources in one location.
Oxford Art Online users can search or browse biographies, subject entries, or images, enabling access to the more than 23,000 subject entries, 21,000 biographies, 500,000 bibliographic citations, 40,000 image links and 5,000 images contained within Grove Art Online and over 5,000 entries from the Oxford Companion to Western Art, the Concise Dictionary of Art Terms, and Oxford’s Encyclopedia of Aesthetics.
Grove Art Online is today’s foremost scholarly art encyclopedia covering all aspects of Western and non-Western visual art. It includes the full text of The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner (1996, 34 volumes) – the landmark reference work containing more than 45,000 articles (more than 21,000 biographies and 500,000 bibliographical citations) contributed by 6,700 scholars from 120 countries.
Through partnerships with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and numerous other international organizations, galleries, and artists, Grove Art Online now offers over 5,500 searchable images of works of art, maps, and line drawings. There are also over 40,000 editorially selected image links to museums and galleries around the world in order to help users find visual support for the scholarship in GAO.