This spring the Zabludowicz Collection presents Among the Machines, an exhibition of notable works from the Collection examining how humans interact with machines and non-human entities, alongside new augmented reality artworks created in direct response to the gallery space. As artificial intelligence (AI) develops to envelop and potentially surpass us, this exhibition asks: how will we respond to a stage of evolution beyond the human?
Alex Israel x Snapchat have an exhibition at The Bass Museum of works that use Snap’s augmented reality (AR) technology to bring Alex Israel’s Self-Portraits to… Read More
SuperRare & SuperWorld present Rareworld: An NFT Takeover Featuring 20+ AR Artworks during Miami Art Week.
SuperRare, the curated marketplace for NFT artwork and SuperWorld, a virtual world in augmented reality (AR) have launched RAREWORLD: An NFT… Read More
UP:RISE Baff Akoto Marking 10 years since the UK “riots” announced the arrival of 21st Century Britain.
A new, groundbreaking Augmented Reality artwork by artist Baff Akoto will exhibit nationwide via QR code from August 6th 2021.
Marking the 10th anniversary of the “UK Riots” of 2011 – described by the artist as “the first uprisings of the digital era”
Hyundai Motor Company and Rhizome of the New Museum have partnered to support innovative digital art endeavours and exhibitions through to 2022. The debut exhibition, World on a Wire, has just opened on worldonawire.net, as well as the Hyundai Motorstudio in Beijing.
Light Art Space (LAS) has announced the first virtual artwork by acclaimed American artist Judy Chicago, Judy Chicago Rainbow AR, which will launch today 10th November 2020.
The enigmatic artist Frank Wilder is announcing his latest venture — Wilder World. In collaboration with Zer0.io , Wilder World lets you experience art in Augmented Reality created by leading 3D artists from around the world.
Damien Hirst has collaborated with Snapchat on a new augmented reality experience that allows users to create their own versions of the artist’s celebrated Spin paintings using the Snapchat camera.
KAWS and Acute Art have released a free trial KAWS sculpture. Released last week via an APP not only could you rent or buy AR sculptures there was also a global exhibition of massive KAWS sculptures COMPANION (EXPANDED) for free viewing at various global locations.
KAWS has teamed up with Acute Art for the worldwide launch of a new type of artwork. His augmented reality (AR) works create new ways to own, trade, and live with art via the Acute Art app.
Following the launch of a new website in 2018, sketch has partnered with London design studio HATO to bring to life Turner prize-winning artist David Shrigley’s artworks, which adorn the walls of its Gallery restaurant.
Apple today opened registration for a series of new art-based Today at Apple augmented reality (AR) experiences, called [AR]T,
Alex Israel x Snapchat create five AR experiences at La Malmaison during Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
Alex Israel x Snapchat is a unique collaboration between the Los Angeles-born artist and Snap. Invited to work with Snap’s advanced augmented reality (AR) team to expand upon his multi-disciplinary practice
The Serpentine Galleries in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture, together with the internationally acclaimed architect Sir David Adjaye, OBE have launched Serpentine Augmented Architecture
Acute Art have just announced that Daniel Birnbaum will be joining its growing team as Director. Birnbaum, who currently holds the position of Director at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, will move to London where the company is based, and take up his position next year.
Using augmented reality, Klimt’s iconic masterpiece “The Tree of Life” will be brought to life for the enjoyment of Pioneers attendees in celebration of Viennese modernism and on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of death of Gustav Klimt.
28 years ago thieves broke into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and stole 13 artworks by some of world’s most significant artists. The total value of stolen artworks is more than $500 million. To this day, the case remains unsolved and the frames which once held masterpieces are left empty on the walls… until now.
Internet artist collective MoMAR launch augmented reality intervention at New York City Museum of Modern Art
Internet artist collective MoMAR launched an augmented reality intervention at New York City Museum of Modern Art. “Hello, we’re from the internet” is an art project
As technology continues to revolutionize the world, digital artists are now able to present their artwork faster and cost-efficiently to the public. From the looks of it, technology is showing no signs of slowing down. Thus, it is expected that more innovations will appear and revolutionize art in the coming years.