New Images in Grove Art Online
In this season’s update, Grove Art Online adds 100 new images, with works from leading modern and contemporary artists like Marina Abramović, Nobuyoshi Araki, Matthew Barney, Mel Bochner, Maurizio Cattelan, Francesco Clemente, George Condo, Gregory Crewdson, Peter Doig, El Anatsui, Tracey Emin, Nan Goldin, Candida Höfer, Robert Longo, Jenny Saville, and Julian Schnabel. This group also includes images to support research in medieval art as well as in American art and architecture, with works from Ansel Adams, H. H. Richardson, and Franz Kline.
New contemporary art in Grove
New American art and architecture
New Medieval art
Image credits (starting with top-left):
David Shrigley: Untitled (We exercise on this...), ink on paper, 209×292 mm, 2005 (Private collection); image courtesy of the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York ◊ David Shrigley: Pointing Hand, bronze, 1359×356×256 mm, 2008 (Private collection); image courtesy of the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York ◊ Maurizio Cattelan: Don't Forget to Call Your Mother, silver dye bleach print, face-mounted to acrylic, 660×1016 mm, 2000 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art); image courtesy of Maurizio Cattelan's Archive ◊ Ryoji Ikeda: data.tron [advanced version], audiovisual installation, h. 13.5 m, 20 May 2011‒11 June 2011 (New York, Park Avenue Armory); © Ryoji Ikeda/concept, composition: Ryoji Ikeda/computer graphics, programming: Shohei Matsukawa, Tomonaga Tokuyama/photo credit: James Ewing, courtesy of Forma ◊ Nan Goldin: Nan and Brian in Bed, NYC, silver dye bleach print, 508×610 mm, 1983 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 2001, Accession ID: 2001.627); © Nan Goldin/image courtesy of Matthew Marks Gallery/image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art ◊ Shirin Neshat: Allegiance with Wakefulness, offset print, 840×1050 mm, 1994 (Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, Anonymous gift, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum); image courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery/The Bridgeman Art Library International ◊ Maurizio Cattelan: The Ninth Hour, mixed media, 1999 (Private collection); photo © Christie's Images/The Bridgeman Art Library International/image courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery ◊ Candida Höfer: British Library London I, colour photograph, 390×590 mm, 1994; image courtesy of Sonnabend Gallery, New York ◊ Gregory Crewdson: Untitled, chromogenic print, 1992‒7; © Gregory Crewdson/image courtesy of Gagosian Gallery ◊ Mel Bochner: Kvetch, Kvetch, Kvetch, monoprint with collage, engraving and embossment on hand-dyed Twinrocker handmade paper, 1.07×1.59 m, 2013 (Private collection); image courtesy of the artist and Two Palms ◊ Andy Goldsworthy: Spiral leafwork, leaves, 1988 (Leeds Art Gallery); © Andy Goldsworthy/image credit: Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery), UK/The Bridgeman Art Library International ◊ Tomie Arai: Double Happiness, mixed media installation, 1998 (New York, Bronx Museum of the Arts); © Tomie Arai/photo credit: Daniel Mirer ◊ Peter Doig: Concrete Cabin, oil on canvas, 1991-92 (Leicester, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery); © Peter Doig/image credit: Leicester Arts & Museums/The Bridgeman Art Library Internatonal/image courtesy of Victoria Miro Gallery ◊ Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present, installation view, 14 March 2010‒31 May 2010 (New York, Museum of Modern Art); photo credit: Jonathan Muzikar/ © The Museum of Modern Art, New York/ © 2013 Marina Abramović/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York ◊ Julian Schnabel: Cabalistic Painting, oil on velvet, 1983 (Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society purchase, W. Hawkins Ferry fund); © 2013 Julian Schnabel/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/The Bridgeman Art Library International ◊ Grayson Perry: Jar with Rude Words, ceramic (Leeds Art Gallery); image courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery/image credit: Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery), UK/The Bridgeman Art Library International ◊ Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out, multichannel video (colour, sound), projector enclosures, circular seating element, carpet, 19.45×19.45×19.45 m, 2008 (New York, Museum of Modern Art); digital image © The Museum of Modern Art/licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, NY/image courtesy of the artist, Luring Augustine, New York, and Hauser & Wirth ◊ Stephan Balkenhol: Little man with white shirt and black trousers, wood, partially painted, 1555×242×243 mm, 2001 (Leipzig, Germany, Museum der Bildenden Kuenste); image credit: bpk, Berlin/Museum der Bildenden Kuenste/Hans-Dieter Kluge/Art Resource, NY/ © 2013 Stephan Balkenhol/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York ◊ Ansel Adams: Moon and Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, California, gelatin silver print, 310×238 mm, 1960 (Collection Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona); © 2013 The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust ◊ Romaine Brooks: Ida Rubinstein, oil on canvas, 1191×940 mm, 1917 (Washington, DC, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the artist); image credit: Art Resource, NY ◊ Richard Estes: Canadian Club, New York, oil on canvas, 1974 (Private collection); © Richard Estes/The Bridgeman Art Library International/image courtesy of Marlborough Gallery, NY ◊ Margaret Bourke-White: Fort Peck Dam, Montana, gelatin silver print, 330×260 mm, 1947 (New York, Museum of Modern Art, Gift of Life Magazine); reproduced with permission from Getty Images/digital image © The Museum of Modern Art/licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, NY ◊ H. H. Richardson: Allegheny County Court House, lithograph, with 4-tint stones, c. 1888 (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division) ◊ Ansel Adams: Georgia O'Keeffe and Orville Cox, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, gelatin silver print, 191×269 mm, 1979 (Collection Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona); © 2013 The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust ◊ Lippo Memmi: Saint Paul, tempera on wood, gold ground, overall: 959×483 mm, c. 1330 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Coudert Brothers, 1888, Accession ID: 88.3.99); image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art ◊ Francescuccio Ghissi: Saint John the Evangelist Causes a Pagan Temple to Collapse, tempera on wood, gold ground, 359×387 mm, c. 1370 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. W. Murray Crane, 1969, Accession ID: 69.280.3); image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art ◊ Jean Bellegambe: The Le Cellier Altarpiece, oil on wood, central panel: 1016×610 mm, left wing: 959×254 mm; right wing: 953×241 mm, 1509 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931, Accession ID: 32.100.102); image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art