Digital Art History Lab

Library Debuts Interactive Map of 20th-Century Frick Photo Expeditions

To enhance the discoverability of Photoarchive materials, the library launched a collaboration with the Center for Advanced Research of Spatial Information at Hunter College, City University of New York in 2014 to develop an interactive digital map that traces the movement of library staff and photographers as they traveled across the United States and recorded paintings and sculptures in private homes and little-known public collections.

Curating the Visual Landscape of Our Digital World

Tempera painting on poplar panel of Saint Lucy dressed in blue holding a martyr's palm and her eyes. She is set against a gold background.

The Artificial Intelligence revolution is underway and how we as a society are interacting with images is changing drastically in response. Computer vision technology is increasingly becoming the standard vehicle through which we navigate the visual world on our devices.