ASU Library subscribes to over 400 databases. On the Libraries' homepage under Articles you can search for articles, select a specific database or look up an e-Journal by title. Though there are many databases that might be useful I have selected several to get you started in your research.
Many of the resources above were found on the ArtPromote site. It is worth taking a look at the site.
Project 798: new art in new China (62 minutes)/ Lucius C. Kuert; San Francisco, CA: Microcinema International, 2010; Hayden Lower Level N7345.6 .P76 2010 DVD
Beijing 798 : the Chinese avant-garde (93 minutes) /director, Mathias Frick, Hamilton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2010; Hayden Lower Level N7345.6 .B45 2010 DVD
Chinese Artists in New York (China Insitute interview)(73 minutes)/France Pepper, producer, New York: China Institute in America, 2009; Hayden Lower Lever: N7348 .C53 2009 DVD
China, The Empire of Art? (56 minutes)/ produced by Olivier Mille ; written by Emma Tassy ; directed by Sheng Zhimin and Emma Tassy, ARTE France and Artline Films, 2009; Hayden Lower Level N7345.6 .C486 2009 DVD
Contemporary Chinese Art Part 1 (China Institute presents)(228 minutes)/Taught by Philip Tinari, New York: China Institute in America, 2007; Hayden Lower Level N7345 .T56 2007 DVD v.1
Contemporary Chinese Art Part 2 (China Institute presents)(197 minutes)/Taught by Philip Tinari, New York: China Institute in America, 2008; Hayden Lower Level N7345 .T56 2007 DVD v.2
Comprehensive online reference resource for all aspects of the visual arts worldwide from prehistory to the 1990s. Includes information on artists, worldwide art, artistic techniques, and other art-related topics.
Contains the complete encyclopedia, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary & the Britannica Book of the Year. Includes articles, illustrations, definitions, and links to Web sites selected, rated, and reviewed by Britannica editors.
White Ink. Exhibition catalog of Zheng Chongbin's at the Silcon Valley Asian Art Center.
Asia Art Achive is a dynamic, growing body of material intended to reflect contemporary artistic practice and developments of Asia within an international context.
Beijing' 798 District. This site from China Org (Ministry of Culture) and the Beijing Municipal Government provides information on current and past gallery exhibitions. It also has links to several important galleries including the Ullens Center for the Arts.
Art Radar: Contemporary art trends and news from Asia and beyond.
Chinese Propaganda Poster ProjectThe University of Victoria digital archive concentrates on a golden age of poster production, from the early 1970s to the early 1980s.
Artnet.This an online auction site but does have information about artists as well as examples of their work.
Artspace bills itself as "insider access to the world's best art". It to is an online auction site.
ArtLinkArt is an online database project for Chinese contemporary art.
SOMO: Chinese Contemporary Art an online auction site but does have biographies and other artist information as well.
artChangdu21 is devoted to artists from Changdu. Contains images and biographical information. Affiliated with the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts.
Art Speak Chinais a bilingual, online resource devoted to contemporary Chinese art. It is comprised of a wiki, a collaboratively authored, encyclopedia of contemporary Chinese art and a timeline of related historical and social events.
Artinternis a far-reaching artistic organization that aims to promote and provide services to domestic and international contemporary artists.
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