Entertain Yourself with Extraordinary Digital Art and Design Exhibits ⇒ For art and design lovers around the world, the following exhibitions may be a great source of entertainment during this time of lockdown.
As of recent, a comprehensive range of galleries and museums have come up with new inventive ways to bring history, art and design into one’s home, whether by showcasing virtual tours, or presenting uniquely curated digital art and design exhibitions. In today’s article, PullCast Blog explores 5 of the most extraordinary exhibits that you can check out at the reach of a few clicks.
Connecting people from all sorts of backgrounds, the Tracings for You project by Louise Lawler emerges as a way to stimulate one’s creativity. You can download all 12 line drawings at the Museum of Modern Art’s website and color in, whether you choose to paint your own Jeff Koons’s Bunny in its signature chromatic tone or take creative liberties for an alternative.
The Lehmann Maupin gallery embraces the work of Nari Ward and Robin Rhodes in a unique “Power Wall” exhibition. The two artists are best known for their textural and metaphorical investigations of concrete surfaces. The digital art and design exhibition is all about the artists’ approaches to walls as “contentious spaces and sites of control division, and support.”
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The thematic group show delves into the prevalent urge for hope through the utilitarian nature of art and design. The inspiration behind Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s Hope & Togetherness is based on the 1982 quote “the highest form of hope” professed by German painter Gerhard Ritcher. Some of the artists and studios involved in this project include DRIFT, Atelier van Lieshout, and Franz West.
The main theme of this exhibition is contemplation especially when it comes to timely crises. P.P.O.W gallery brings together the moving work of six renowned artists, including the likes of Carlos Motta, Carolee Schneemann, Guadalupe Maravilla, and David Wojnarowicz.
The Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow was actually one of the first institutions to launch interactive exhibitions in the digital realm. Last month, the museum started offering playlists, games, critical texts, among other sources of entertainment on their newly designed website. The current digital exhibition is entitled “Passer-by” and connects the prestigious British fashion label, Atelier E.B. with artists such as Tauba Auerbach and Elizabeth Radcliffe.
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Source: Architectural Digest