With most galleries and museums now closed due to coronavirus, many are upping their online content, and in some cases you can virtually visit the exhibitions. If you’re looking for inspiration, and you would normally visit a gallery or museum, try out some of these exhibitions you can either see the whole exhibition, or parts of, online:
On Being Present, Recovering Blackness in the Uffizi Gallery Florence (part of Black History Month Florence)
Mamma Andersson, David Zwirner
Painting by Numbers, The Works of Ferdinand Bauer. An interesting digital experiment, bringing together online nearly 300 original works by the botanical artist. You can investigate through data visualisation and mapping Bauer’s ability to retain colours in his mind.
Heritage at Risk, exploring natural and man-made threats to cultural heritage
Léon Spilliaert at Royal Academy
Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Catharsis, Serpentine Gallery
Raphael, Scuderie del Quirinale Rome. ‘Once in a lifetime’ show closed due to coronavirus, some images online here:
Ceramic Art London
Psychedelic video by NOWNESS with Somerset House, to mark the opening of their ‘Mushrooms’ exhibition.
South London Gallery, Bloomberg Contemporaries
Yayoi Kusama Infinity Room, Broad museum Los Angeles, through instagram
Vivian Suter, Camden Arts Centre
Frida Kahlo on Google Arts and Culture
If you’re still not satisfied, you can visit 500 worldwide galleries online with Google Arts and Culture…..
Raphael, The Alba Madonna, (image in public domain)
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