“The Space” is here to stay

“The Space” is here to stay

October 10th, 2012 | England, Internet, Streaming

For the past four months, online platform The Space has hosted the best events in Britain. As it is granted a longer life, Maggie Brown of The Guardian asks: is this the future of arts broadcasting? “When The Space launched, somewhat gingerly, in May this… Read More

Art Day at Social Media Week!

Art Day at Social Media Week!

September 21st, 2012 | Events, Internet

“Art Day” is coming up! ARTCONNECT BERLIN’s HQ are preparing a bunch of new things to come up starting next Monday with the Art Day at Social Media Week! After a successful panel discussion last year, Artconnect Berlin has been invited to curate the entire… Read More

The Art of Web Design

The Art of Web Design

September 21st, 2012 | Design, Internet, Videos

The explosion of the internet over the past 20 years has led to the development of one of the newest creative mediums: the website. Web designers have adapted through the technological developments of html, CSS, Flash, and JavaScript, and have mastered the balance between creativity… Read More

“Goya in the Prado” website launches with more than 1.000 works

“Goya in the Prado” website launches with more than 1.000 works

September 18th, 2012 | Collections, Internet, Museums, Spain

As from today, all users of the Prado’s official website will find a new website entirely devoted to the Museum’s large holdings of the work of Francisco de Goya. The most important collection of his work in the world, it comprises more than half of… Read More

Artist Challenges Dependency on Social Media

Artist Challenges Dependency on Social Media

September 4th, 2012 | Internet, Videos

An artist called ABOVE at the GALORE festival in Copenhagen, Denmark challenges our reliance on all things web social in this time-lapse video that asks the question: “When is too much simply too much?” ABOVE: “People look at me like I’m from another planet when… Read More

Growth in Online Art Market brings more Fraud

Growth in Online Art Market brings more Fraud

September 3rd, 2012 | Art Market, Forgery, Internet

A Google image search reveals that multiple galleries are selling a black elephant sculpture online that the Calder Foundation says is not a work by Alexander Calder. “Bargain hunting online? How about an original Rembrandt for $900 (“you can clearly tell its age by the… Read More

Internet Cat Video Festival at Walker Art Center

Internet Cat Video Festival at Walker Art Center

August 31st, 2012 | Festivals, Internet, Videos

“The Walker Art Center is a contemporary art museum in Minneapolis, widely considered one of the country’s premier art institutions. The Walker is known for both experimentation and quality; it was the first museum, for example, to exhibit the work of Franky Gehry and Chuck… Read More

Korean Artist Project launches new website

Korean Artist Project launches new website

August 25th, 2012 | Asia, Galleries, Internet, Korea

The Korean Artist Project, which comprises three-year plan spanning from 2011 to 2013, is a global online platform that presents a series of virtual exhibitions featuring artworks by Korean contemporary artists. Its mission is to promote them internationally, allowing them to enter into the global… Read More

Stella launches online gallery for artists from Malmö-Copenhagen

Stella launches online gallery for artists from Malmö-Copenhagen

August 22nd, 2012 | Denmark, Galleries, Internet, Sweden

By using the potential of digital media for the reproduction of space, time and audio, Stella Contemporary’s ambition is to bring the real-life experience of the presented artworks and exhibitions out into an international context to be accessed anywhere. Stella Contemporary announces the launch of… Read More

Behind the Virtual Stage of “The Gamblers”

Behind the Virtual Stage of “The Gamblers”

“The opening gambit of new web series “The Gamblers”, an innovative show from Fourth Wall Studios lets — or practically forces — viewers to place grisly bets on which characters will live or die. The Underwire had a look behind the scenes of the show:… Read More

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