Provides a comprehensive guide to art galleries, auction houses, art fairs, and agents from multiple national and historical contexts. This digital resource is designed to serve the expanding research areas of art market studies, art historiography and provenance research.
The New Play Exchange is the world’s largest digital library of scripts by living writers. The mission of the New Play Exchange is to provide an open, egalitarian platform on which writers all over the world can share their work and others can discover that work. Designed and built with the needs of the entire new play sector in mind, the New Play Exchange serves writers, producers, directors, artistic directors, literary managers, dramaturgs, publishers, agents, actors, professors, students, and even fans of the theater.
The Sovetskii Ekran (Soviet Screen) digital archive is a comprehensive collection of the most prominent film magazines in Soviet history, published from 1925 to 1998.
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