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Welcome back to ArtMuseum.Net.

Founded in 1999 by the Intel Corporation, ArtMuseum.Net established itself as the premiere destination for online exhibitions of contemporary art. Its groundbreaking Web-based exhibits included: "The American Century: Art and Culture 1900-2000," produced with The Whitney Museum of American Art; "Van Gogh's Van Goghs: Masterpieces From The Van Gogh Museum," produced with the National Gallery and the Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam); "010101: Art in Technological Times," produced with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and "One Stop Warhol Shop," produced with The Andy Warhol Museum.

ArtMuseum.Net set the standard for ambitious, forward-thinking multimedia online exhibitions. Now this extraordinary resource has become a not-for-profit project in the public interest. Through a merger with the non-profit organization The ArtCouncil, ArtMuseum.Net is now a division of the Art and Culture Network.

The new AMN will continue to produce online versions of blockbuster exhibitions of contemporary and modern art. As a case in point, we are now presenting the Web version of the "2002 Whitney Biennial" (the first time the Whitney Biennial has ever been presented online), which was produced by the ArtMuseum.Net team in collaboration with the Whitney in the months leading up to AMN's re-launch.

In addition to collaborations with museums, AMN will produce smaller, specialized exhibitions showcasing the work of emerging artists curated by leading non-profit institutions. The first of these Web exhibitions, now on the site, is of work by the recent grant recipients of The ArtCouncil's fellowship program in Chicago.

We are also pleased to feature "An Introduction to The Logan Collection," one of the finest private collections of international contemporary art. This presentation is based on the exhibition "A Portrait of Our Times: An Introduction to the Logan Collection," on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from September 29, 1998 through January 3, 1999.

We want to express a warm thanks to SFMOMA -- particularly John Weber, Suzi Wise, and Tim Svenonius -- for their invaluable assistance in helping us create a publishing system for ArtMuseum.Net exhibitions that serves the long-term interests of museums and non-profit organizations, while being practical and cost-effective. The Pachyderm publishing system developed at SFMOMA provides the technical backbone for AMN. We very much appreciate the work they did that makes AMN possible.

We also want to give special thanks to Intel's Kevin Teixeira and Vince Thomas, who helped provide the vision and motivation for moving AMN forward. To receive announcements about future ArtMuseum.Net exhibitions, you can sign-up here for our e-newsletter.

Let us know what you think of our efforts; you can e-mail us here. If you are a museum or a non-profit arts organization, and are interested in participating in a project on ArtMuseum.Net, please feel free to drop us a line.

Thank you for coming back to ArtMuseum.Net. The current team feels privileged to work on a project with such a distinguished history; we look forward to bringing more great art to the Net, in illuminating and provocative ways, as we head into the future.


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