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APA 7th Referencing Style Guide

Referencing or reproducing?

The examples in this section are used to cite visual works in your reference list. To reproduce (include) an image in your text that you did not create yourself, you may also need to seek permission from the copyright owner and include an attribution statement in the Figure notes. See Figures (Graphs and Images) for more guidance, or the APA Manual p. 198, s7.7.

Artworks

Reference format

Who When What Where  

Artist, A. A., & Artist, B. B.

(Year).

Title of work [Description]. Gallery or Museum Name, Location.

https://xxxx

  • For an untitled artwork, include a description in square brackets in place of a title


Artwork in a gallery or museum

McCahon, C. (1958). The wake [Painting]. Hocken Collections, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Artwork on a gallery or museum website

Gossage, S. (2018). Float through the sky [Painting]. Tim Melville Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand. https://www.timmelville.com/artist/star-gossage/

Untitled artwork

Johnson, F. (1902). [Photograph of two women shopping at market]. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

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Clip art or stock images

Reference format

Who When What Where  

Artist, A. A., & Artist, B. B.

(Year).

Title of work [Description]. Website name.

https://xxxx

  • If the artist's real name is known, as well as their username or screen name, include the username in square brackets
  • If only a username is available, use that. Do not put it in square brackets or abbreviate it
  • If the artist is unknown or cannot be determined, move the title of the work to the author position, followed by the date as usual


Examples

Dorner, M. [@dorner]. (2016). Ripe banana on pink surface [Stock image]. Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/sf_1ZDA1YFw

Ocal. (2007). Gatto cat [Clip art]. Clkr. http://www.clker.com/clipart-6987.html

 

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Infographics

Reference format

Who When What Where  

Artist, A. A., & Artist, B. B.

(Year).

Title of work [Infographic]. Website or publication name.

https://xxxx

Example

Knox, C. (2016). World War One roll of honour [Infographic]. The New Zealand Herald. https://insights.nzherald.co.nz/article/world-war-one-roll-of-honour-anzac/

 

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Maps

Reference format

Who When What Where  

Designer or Group name.

(Year).

Title of map [Map]. Website or other location.

https://xxxx

  • For a dynamically created map, include a description in square brackets in place of a title


Examples

Galka, M. (2016). World migration map [Map]. Metrocosm. http://metrocosm.com/global-migration-map.html

Google. (n.d.). [Google Maps directions for driving from Auckland, New Zealand, to Wellington, New Zealand]. Retrieved January 13, 2020, from https://goo.gl/maps/N25GxLwWP6eE7mpo7

 

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Slides available online

Reference format

Who When What Where  

Author, A.A., & Author, B.B.

(Year).

Title of slides [Description]. Website.

https://xxxx


Example

Smith, C. (2017). AI and machine learning demystified [PowerPoint slides]. SlideShare. https://www.slideshare.net/carologic/ai-and-machine-learning-demystified-by-carol-smith-at-midwest-ux-2017

 

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