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Art Basic Reference: Exhibitions/Catalogs

Major recurring exhibitions

To browse major recurring exhibition catalogs (annual, biennial, triennial)
In Hunt Library scan call numbers N6486-N6488 in the non-circulating location
FA-REF-4.
Many other exhibition catalogs exist in various locations in the circulating stacks (STACKS-4)
Ask of you need help locating them!

A sample list of major recurring exhibition catalogs:

Biennale di Venezia.
HUNT FA-REF NX430 .I82 V453A and other locations (check the library catalog)

Carnegie International. Pittsburgh: Museum of Art.
HUNT-FA-REF N6487 and other locations (check the library catalog)

CyberArts : international compendium : Prix Ars Electronica
HUNT-FA-REF N7433.8 C95 and other locations

Documenta. Kassel, Germany. Triennial.
HUNT FA-REF-4 N6488 .G3 and other locations (check the library catalog)

Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Manege, Moscow, 2013
HUNT FA-REF-4 N6488 .R8 M686 2013

New Museum Triennial New York.
HUNT FA-REF-4 N6496 .N4

Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial. New York: Whitney Museum.
HUNT FA-REF-4 N6512 .W532A and various locations (check library catalog)

Exhibition information online

Worldwide Exhibitions online

Universes in Universe: Worlds of Art 
International visual arts about current exhibitions, biennials; projects and more.

 

Online resources to information on exhibition catalogs

Contemporary Artists Index (Gund Library, Cleveland Institute of Art)
A public-access cross-index to over 15,000 artists in group exhibitions acquired by the Gund Library since 1991. Search by artist, artists group, title of exhibition, museum/gallery name or print year. No images.

Worldwide Books
The leading U.S. distributor of world exhibition catalogs; free-web searchable database covering all periods of art history and contemporary art for exhibition catalogs, books with bibliographic descriptions.