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Artists who want to instantly publish their artwork to their website should use website integrations. If you want to embed a gallery of your artworks on your website that you can control from your inventory, website integrations are a great way to merge the two and work from one primary platform.
The Artwork Archive public profile can be installed on virtually any website using the universal embed code which you can find here if you are an Artwork Archive artist.
The Archives of American Art is pleased to announce that we will serve as the leading repository for the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Correspondence Archive. The artist’s correspondence—original letters, postcards, snapshots with notes, and other personal communications, sent to his friends, colleagues, and family—share a rich relationship with his work and providing access to this material will benefit future scholarship. The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation has been conducting research and outreach on behalf of the Archives of American Art since 2018. Their visionary efforts will ensure that these primary sources will be preserved and made available for generations to come.
Effective March 14, the Smithsonian museums and research centers in Washington, D.C., including the National Zoo, and in New York City have temporarily closed to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
You can access the materials in person via the Reading Rooms at Tate Britain.
Information too recent to be listed in our catalogue can be requested under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act. These records have to be reviewed carefully before they are released into the public domain and so you should allow up to 20 days to receive a reply.
Design and Artists’ Copyright Society: Licensing artworks
PrestoSpace: working to improve and standardise practice for audio-visual material, Preservation Guide
The AAD’s collecting area largely reflects that of the Museum’s collections. Subjects include:
The Archive of Art and Design (AAD) was established in 1978 to house the V&A’s growing holdings of archival material. It collects, conserves and makes available for research the archives of individuals, associations and companies involved in any stage of the art and design process. These include collections that have been used or built up by artists and designers in the course of their work. Particular emphasis is placed on the records of British 20th- and 21st-century design.