Nearly 10,000 additional images from Larry Qualls’ archive of contemporary art are now available in the ARTstor Digital Library. This release includes art exhibited in New York City galleries during fall 2003, winter and fall 2004, winter, spring, and fall 2005, and winter, spring, fall, and summer 2006 and 2007. The hundreds of contemporary artists featured include: Ghada Amer, assume vivid astro focus, Carol Bove, Dan Colen, Tony Cragg, Trisha Donnelly, Anthony Goicolea, Wayne Gonzales, Tim Hawkinson, Candice Hoeflinger, Zhang Huan, Matt Keegan, Wolfgang Laib, Ari Marcopoulos, Gordon Matta-Clark, Adia Millet, Aleksandra Mir, Chris Ofili, Roxy Paine, Adrian Piper, Jon Pylypchuk, Marc Quinn, Anselm Reyle, Ugo Rondinone, Dana Schutz, Sean Scully, Richard Serra, Amy Sillman, Gary Simmons, Andreas Slominski, Josh Smith, Dash Snow, Frank Stella, Rudolf Stingel, Sarah Sze, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Richard Tuttle, Luc Tuymans, Banks Violette, Charline von Heyl, Ursula Von Rydingsvard, Jeff Wall, William Wegman, Kehinde Wiley, and Sue Williams. This is the 17th release in the collection, bringing the total number of available images to more than 85,000. Subsequent releases in ARTstor will be made available as they are cataloged by Qualls.
ARTstor is digitizing more than 100,000 images from Qualls’ archive, documenting three decades of contemporary art exhibitions at galleries and other exhibition spaces throughout New York City and elsewhere.
View this collection: http://library.artstor.org/library/collection/qualls or enter the Keyword Search: qualls.
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) collection page.
- Architecture and Design Collection (Museum of Modern Art)
- Contemporary Art (Franklin Furnace Archives)
- Elizabeth Peyton
- Eugene James Martin
- Exhibition Installation Photograph Collection (The Museum of Modern Art Archives)
- Josef and Anni Albers Foundation
- Magnum Photos
- Mark Rothko
- Modern Latin American Art (Jacqueline Barnitz, Art and Art History Department, The University of Texas at Austin)
- New Museum of Contemporary Art
- Roy Lichtenstein