Non-profit initiative, founded by a consortium of alternative art organizations, helping to preserve, present, and protect the archival heritage of living and defunct, alternative spaces.
Amalgam research companion including a selection of primary documents as well as secondary material, with particular attention to content, accuracy, scope, and uniqueness.
International network reaching over 50,000 visual art professionals daily and distributing information on important contemporary art exhibitions, publications, and symposia.
Unprecedented web-based access to international museum collections, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels.
Access to the artist’s personal library of 13,000 books spanning a range of subjects as broad as his thinking.
Comprehensive and deeply cross-referenced online research library organized by Robert Schweitzer, with a focus on art, politics, and culture of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Special emphasis on Conceptual Art, Land Art, and Performance Art, including Europe and Latin America.
Create bibliographies in printer-friendly format and access information from a vast database of artists’ publications, critical essays on the history of artist books, and thematic lists of books.
Archive of performances dating back to 1981 – representing an extremely broad range of sonic disciplines and a commitment to new, experimental work and the artists who make it.
Archive of translated primary texts (journals, books, tracts, essays, articles, manifestos, documents, and correspondence) and secondary sources (critical essays and articles).
Interdisciplinary/independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts – providing access to hundreds of artists, sound files, books, texts, and videos.
Video archive of Unitednationsplaza, Nightschool and The Building, comprising more than two hundred hours of recorded lectures and presentations.