New agreement with international affiliates of the Artists Rights Society (ARS)
ARTstor has signed an Online Art Agreement (OLA) with Artists Rights Society (ARS) on behalf of six additional international visual arts organizations covering more than 10,000 new artists from six countries. This substantially expands the ARTstor Digital Library’s modern and contemporary artworks for subscribers.
The agreements cover the following affiliates of ARS:
- VISCOPY – Australia
- SODRAC – Canada
- VBK – Austria
- KUVASTO – Finland
- SOMAAP – Mexico
- AUTVIS – Brazil
The artists covered in the agreement include: Waino Aaltonen (Finland), Raul Anguiano (Mexico), Oscar Araripe (Brazil), Charles Blackman (Australia), Paul-Emile Borduas (Canada), Arthur Boyd (Australia), Jack Bush (Canada), Fernando and Umberto Campana (Brazil), José Chávez Morado (Mexico), Grace Cossington-Smith (Australia), Adam Cullen (Australia), Wilhelm Dachauer (Austria), Ken Done (Australia), Destiny Deacon (Australia), Max Dupain (Australia), Felipe Ehrenburg (Mexico), Valie Export (Austria), Rosalie Gascoigne (Australia), James Gleeson (Australia), Jorge González Camarena (Mexico), Oswaldo Goeldi (Brazil), Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Austria), Eero Jarnefelt (Finland), Angelika Kaufmann (Austria), Manfred Kielnhofer (Austria), Awad Krayem (Austria), Emily Kngwarreye (Australia), Ozias Leduc (Canada), Elwyn Lynn (Australia), Adolfo Mexiac (Mexico), Benito Messeguer (Mexico), Tracey Moffatt (Australia), Rodolfo Morales (Mexico), Hermann Nitsch (Austria), John Olsen (Australia), Jose Clemente Orozco (Mexico), Mike Parr (Australia), Jean-Paul Riopelle (Canada), Georg Paul Thomann (Austria), Francisco Toledo (Mexico), Brett Whiteley (Australia), Fred Williams (Australia), Peter Paul Wiplinger (Austria), and Erwin Wurm (Austria), among thousands more.
Dr. Theodore Feder, President of the Artists Rights Society, said “We are very pleased to further expand our collaboration and to contribute to the many authorized images offered by ARTstor for the important purposes of teaching, research, and study.”
ARTstor’s previous agreements with ARS-affiliated organizations include ADAGP (France), Bildkunst (Germany), Beeldrecht (Netherlands), BONO (Norway), BUS (Sweden), Copydan (Denmark), DACS (United Kingdom), Prolitteris (Switzerland), SIAE (Italy), VEGAP (Spain), and SABAM (Belgium).