Located in the Basque Country, the Guggenheim Museum, maintains its constantly changing Modern art collection and special exhibitions with the support from the Basque authorities.
Houses the works of Spanish artists of the 20th century, including Picasso and Dali. Located in Madrid.
Opened in 1819, is one of the biggest art galleries in the world. It hosts over eight thousand paintings, drawings, sculptures, and other treasures. Located in Madrid.
Focuses on modern Canarian artists, especially works from the 1930s and 1940s. Includes exhibit and contact information as well as examples from the collection.
Museum for contemporary art created by women, located in Skellefteå in northern Sweden.
Exhibits international fine art. In German with English translation.
Dedicated to the life and work of the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely with exhibits spanning three decades of the artist's life. Located in Basel. In English, French, and German.
Exhibits one of the finest collections of Chinese porcelains, jades, and Japanese art treasures in Europe. Located in Geneva, Switzerland.
London's museum of international contemporary design.
Located in the Mound, Edinburgh and is the home of contemporary Scottish art. Lists member and history details, collection and exhibitions information.
Houses the national collection of European, African and Bermuda art. Exhibits include the Bermuda Biennial exhibition and changing international exhibition.
Includes visitor information, events, exhibitions listing, online exhibition catalogue, collection overview and gift shop information. Located in Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Community gallery serving the upper Okanagan Valley.
A centre for visual art in Prince George and the Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada. News and information; exhibition listings; archived exhibition listings; and collection overview.
Located on an historic estate, the collection features a collection of the works of Robert Reginald Whale, his family and contemporaries. Includes tours/classes, events and facility rental. Located in Brantford.
Gallery of the University of Western Ontario. Located in London.
Works by Thomson, the Group of Seven, and by various Canadian contemporary artists, including biographies, and background information. Located in Owen Sound.
Dedicated to collecting and exhibiting Canadian Art created since 1985. Located in Toronto. (Formerly the Art Gallery of North York)
Exhibition listings, gallery information and gift shop. Quicktime VR objects of selected items from permanent collection. History of exhibitions with images. Located in Waterloo.
Features exhibitions, programs, special events, and directions to the location in Ontario.
The first Mexican cultural center/museum in the Midwest and the largest in the nation. Located in Chicago.
Dedicated to creating and preserving examples of Russian 20th century Realist paintings. Includes details of the current exhibit, membership details and directions to the location in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Permanent collection includes French and American art, photography, glass, African and Japanese works. Houses a sculpture garden and offers photography and decorative arts.
Features European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs, sculpture and Frank Lloyd Wright's Zimmerman House. Located in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Exhibits American and international art, including the Cone Collection of over 40 paintings by Matisse, Gauguin, Picasso, Van Gogh and other European artists. Baltimore, Maryland.
The oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest houses a permanent collections of European and American art as well as a fine collection of English silver.
Mississippi museum dedicated to the work of Walter Inglis Anderson, 20th century American painter. Located in Ocean Springs.
Features 12,000 works of art and focuses on American Art of the 19th through the 21st centuries and English Pre-Raphaelite art of the mid-19th century. Includes hours, admission, membership, volunteer opportunities and directions. Located in Wilmington, Delaware.
Features a diverse collection of art from the 19th century to the present. Includes hours, calendar of events, admission fees, membership details, educational services and directions. Located in St. Paul.