California College of the Arts: Contemporary Art Project
The California College of the Arts has contributed nearly 8,500 images of contemporary art to the Artstor Digital Library.
Two collections in Artstor — the Capp Street Project Archive and the Contemporary Art Project — provide an extensive view of contemporary art, both American and international. The Contemporary Art Project, established by the college as an educational resource, offers around 6,000 images of the work of hundreds of emerging and established artists in diverse media. Countless globally acclaimed figures include Magdalena Abakanowicz, Jean Michel Basquiat, Marlene Dumas, Peter Doig, Katharina Fritsch, Shirin Neshat, Chris Ofili and Hiroshi Sugito, to name just a handful.
The California College of the Arts (CCA) was established in 1907 by the German cabinet maker Frederick Meyer, who aspired to integrate art, design, and craft as inspired by the Arts & Crafts Movement. With campuses in San Francisco and Oakland, CCA promotes an interdisciplinary approach and the integration of study and practice with society in the fields of art, design, and writing.
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