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- The foremost scholarly art encyclopedia, updated regularly and covering global art and architecture from prehistory to present day
- Includes peer-reviewed articles contributed by nearly 7,000 scholars from around the world, accompanied by images, bibliographies, and links to additional resources
Interview with Dawoud Bey
Read an interview between Valerie Cassel Oliver and American photographer Dawoud Bey, known for his street photography and complex portraits that speak to collective memory.
Most widely known for leading the design team for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, architect Phil Freelon favored projects that contributed positively to communities, integrating storytelling and symbolism from the African Diaspora into his designs.
This month, Grove Art publishes 367 articles with updated structure as part of a project to increase discoverability and navigability of the dictionary, as well as 329 emendations as part of a related corrections process.
Explore the full list of what has been recently published and revised on Oxford Art Online.
Join Oxford Art Online on a tour of unique art collections around the world! Written by experts and curators, our Collection Guides present the history and highlights of museums and galleries.
Pronunciation Guide for Artist Names
Explore the new Grove Art pronunciation guide to the names of modern and contemporary artists. Listen to recordings of scholars pronouncing a selection of names from Ann Demeulemeester to Cai Guo-Qiang to Francisco Zúñiga.
UpdateGAO is an ongoing initiative to revise Grove’s articles in collaboration with their original authors, yielding updates to reflect recent developments and new scholarship. Have you contributed to Grove and want to update your article(s)? Let us know.
Latin American Art
Grove Art continues a major initiative to revise and expand Grove’s content on Latin American art and architecture. Led by Tom Cummins at Harvard University, this project includes scholarship on topics from the Pre-Columbian period to present day.