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Art residencies in India promote contemporary artistic creation

Various art residencies in India are giving digital, new media and contemporary artists the opportunity to create original work away from the pressures of galleries and market relations. We could even see these art residencies, particularly those that work with digital media, as organic ‘hackathons’, as creatives get together to produce something new and innovative. Continue reading


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Girls of the Underworld

Girls of the Underworld is a group show ran by the Singapore’s Kult Gallery and it will run untill Saturday 28 June 2014.
This exhibition want to show what it means to be female in the Asian society from the prospective of 34 young female Asian artists and represent the generation of increased planted on Asian pop culture… Continue reading


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Holographic projection at the Citroën flagship store

the visitors will be engaged by digital technology, with an all-new dynamic and sensory 4D cinema experience created in the Racing area, and the Citroën Social Club, a new area dedicated to social network platforms where customers and fans can virtually stay in touch. Visitors are also encouraged to express their creativity at touch kiosk where they can virtually customize the new cars, while 3D printers are on show modeling the lines of the most recent models. Continue reading


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ARTSY, all the world’s art freely accessible

Art.sy provides one of the largest collections of contemporary art available online. Thousands of works from diverse cultures and time periods are accessible for study and enjoyment, and possibly for purchase, with the support of the Art.sy team of experts. By making all the world’s art freely accessible, Art.sy hopes to foster new generations of art lovers, museum goers, collectors, and patrons. Continue reading


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DOTS n. 3 is now available for iPad

DOTS is an English-language iPad magazine, an international guide through the world of contemporary art and creativity. In addition to the main articles connected by a common theme, DOTS provides you with lots of tips, trends and must-sees in its regular features Dotspot and World of Art. Continue reading


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APO-CALYPSE: International contemporary art exhibition in Switzerland

APO-CALYPSE is an ambitious project which will bring together 28 Swiss and international visual artists on the theme of the apocalypse. The exhibition will be bringing together very young artists as well as major figures of contemporary art. Einzweidrei will be exhibiting photography, video, sculpture, ceramics, drawings and installations. Continue reading


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The Digicult Agency

The Digicult Agency wants to promote original work by selected contemporary artists, encouraging their activities via this online platforms, art festivals participations, cultural events invitations, art fairs and selected exhibitions. Digicult Agency aims to make a significant contribution to the development of new ways of making, presenting and experiencing contemporary and digital art. Continue reading


Andrea Pat: Returning from Greece (1965), oil on canvas, 108x150cm (c) Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece.
DCA project, midterm results achieved

The Digitising Contemporary Art (DCA) project is pleased to announce that it has successfully reached its midterm with the results exceeding all expectations. The project is approaching its aggregation phase now and the digitised content and metadata will soon be integrated into Europeana, the single access point to Europe’s digital cultural heritage. Continue reading


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88MoCCA WebMuseum of Chinese Contemporary Art

88 MOCCA shows a selection of more than 100 artworks of over 50 Chinese contemporary artists. On the webmuseum the visitor can get a deeper insight into Chinese contemporary art. Videos, interviews, event calendar, ressources, news and e-cards complete the experience. Continue reading


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Outside Chapter: interactive art promoted by A plus A

The exhibition is the second half of a curatorial project born as an art exchange between the Art Academy of Hamburg (HFBK) and A plus A Slovenian Exhibition Centre in Venice. Outside Chapter wants to investigate the use of technology in the process of making an interactive art work. the theme to be explored is the concept of “serendipity”, that special feeling, a happy accident or pleasant surprise of finding something good or useful while not specifically searching for it. Continue reading