Read about & visit exhibitions online
Introducing a new series of reviews: the online exhibitions our users made with the Online Viewing Room.
Our Editor's tips on how to make an impression with your Online Viewing Room to get in touch with new collectors.
If you're already in possession of the technical skills to visit an online exhibition, it's time to take the next step and curate one.
The shaman of artistic psychoanalysis, the alchemist of symbolic metamorphosis, an adamant environmentalist, and a rather aggressive activist, all wrapped up in the persona of a storyteller. Meet Joseph Beuys.
Ai Weiwei proves his place in the intersection of tradition and contemporarity with iron cast tree trunks and political messages.
The hybrid future of art fairs: see our Editor's Pick from Art Basel 2021 in 3D.
There are so many types of online exhibitions and viewing rooms out there, it can get confusing. Let's make things clear.
All the basic skills you need to visit an online exhibition in Walter's Cube.
All the key expressions you need to understand the virtual age of art in one place.
Duchamp and Brancusi are titans on their own with their unmistakable styles. But surprisingly, for being so unique they have much in common.
Walter’s Cube digitizes contemporary exhibitions in world-class galleries and institutions in 3D. Our mission is to eliminate geographic and temporal barriers between exhibitions and audiences by creating digital twins from the spaces and making them accessible 24/7. Our award-winning technology allows visitors to walk around these online exhibitions and spend real time as if they would be there. We developed this platform to create the best art viewing experience for our users so they can attend exhibitions and purchase artworks that may otherwise be difficult for them to access.
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