Tired of being stuck to your tv watching the same old tv programs? If you feel like your modern art desire isn’t being filled with creativity and news that completely fulfill those that truly admire contemporary art, this is for you! Some of the most amazing museums and art galleries of the world have created digital design exhibitions that will take you on a design journey as you have never seen before.
Museums and galleries around the world are finding innovative ways to translate their design exhibitions online for viewers everywhere to discover at home. Made up of more than just the works on view, the art and design worlds also comprise openings, lectures, fairs, biennials, and galas.
While the traditional white-cube art exhibition display remains the most refined and delicately mute backdrop to honor an artist’s work in person, the global health crisis has mandated an inevitable alternative, with gallerists and curators discovering the possibilities of limitless space and access that enclosed interiors inherently lack.
Are you getting interested in these design exhibitions?
The concept of online viewing first started to blossom in the late 2010s as powerhouses like David Zwirner and Pace Gallery began to offer access to their pricey Koons and Hockney works in their online viewing rooms, which used a log-in system. Now more galleries and museums than ever are turning to digital exhibitions to maintain their public-facing programming.
Both the commercial and nonprofit sectors are quickly responding to the need to stay connected with online programming that pushes the technological and creative contemporary art limits of virtual presence. I Lobo You has highlighted digital exhibitions‘ initiatives from art galleries and museums across the globe.