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Masterpieces from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City

Probably the most defining and iconic female artist of the twentieth century, Frida Kahlo is the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery in the summer of 2018. Thanks to the kind generosity...

NORTHERN LIGHT: THE DAVID KRONN PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION

Northern Light is drawn from the exceptional collection of photography amassed by Dr David Kronn over the past 25 years. This exhibition presents work by photographers that examines the history of the conflict in Northern Ireland specifically and places it...

Am Ende diese Arbeit

Ist Arbeit am Ende? Oder nur unsichtbar, weil sie woanders stattfindet, automatisiert oder immateriell ist? Welche Denkprozesse regt der Umgang mit unterschiedlichen Materialien und sozialen Kontexten an? Worin besteht künstlerische Arbeit? Ist es eine Vielzahl an Austauschprozessen, die gleichbleibende Werkform,...

David Hockney

For nearly 60 years, David Hockney (British, born 1937) has pursued a singular career with a love for painting and its intrinsic challenges. This major retrospective—the exhibition's only North American venue—honors the artist in his 80th year by presenting his...

2018 MFA Thesis Exhibition

“I love repetition. Repetitions turn time into a place, turn the days into a space. Repetitions form the foreground, middle-ground, and background of the picture plane. And inside this plane, the lattice work of routine stills. It’s as if time...

Fight-or-Flight

Swiss Institute is delighted to present Fight-or-Flight, the first US institutional solo exhibition by Jill Mulleady. Drawing on the history of SI’s location at 38 St Marks Pl, originally built in 1954 as a bank, Mulleady has created a group...

Fight-or-Flight

Swiss Institute is delighted to present Fight-or-Flight, the first US institutional solo exhibition by Jill Mulleady. Drawing on the history of SI’s location at 38 St Marks Pl, originally built in 1954 as a bank, Mulleady has created a group...

Don’t Stop

More Than Cinema

More Than Cinema will present four film works by Motoharu Jonouchi (b. 1935 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan) and Keiichi Tanaami (b. 1936 in Tokyo, Japan), two seminal figures whose practices contributed to the emergence and dynamism of the Expanded Cinema...

Joseph Beuys – Unschlitt (Tallow)

You either love Beuys or you are in deep denial about loving Beuys. His response to being asked to participate in an outdoor installation was to fill the dead space beneath a pedestrian underpass with tallow. In other words… Fat....

Cameras—Imaginary Cameras and Other Optical Devices

Tamás Waliczky’s proposed project for the Hungarian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale revolves around the wide array of possibilities of visual perception and the ways in which they can be captured and depicted. The title refers first and foremost to...

Highly Unlikely but not Impossible

In Kurdish the word "hiwa" means hope. The exhibition Highly Unlikely but not Impossible showcases the works of Hiwa K - an Iraqi Kurd who found political asylum in Europe almost 20 years ago, and today is considered one of...

It Wasn’t Us

A painting by Katharina Grosse can appear anywhere. Her large-scale works are multi-dimensional pictorial worlds in which splendid color sweeps across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. For the exhibition It Wasn’t Us the artist has transformed...

Pablo Picasso

Between 12 and 24 February 2019, the National Museum in Warsaw will present 30 works by Pablo Picasso – ceramic art and prints from the Museum’s collection. This is a unique opportunity to discover the artist’s works that are usually...

Is it painted?

I like the moment when the viewer approaches my painting and touches the surface of the canvas to make sure that it’s not a printout or a sculpture. What is important to me is illusion — painting whose reception is...

Projects 1963–2020

The second solo exhibition at the PalaisPopulaire presents what is probably the world’s most famous artistic duo: Christo and Jeanne-Claude. They succeeded in breaking through the narrow boundaries of the art business and attracting the interest of a broad public...

Laura Owens

Floor 8 will remain on view through February 26, 2018. The untitled installation that fills this gallery exemplifies Laura Owens’s persistent exploration of the interplay between painting, architecture, and perception. Five freestanding canvases are anchored directly to the floor as...

Trajectory: A Decade of Lawangwangi

Trajectory involves 10 contemporary artists from across the generations: from those who have been active in the scene since the 1990s, to their younger, fledgling counterparts. The visual idioms—which previously were leaning more towards social-political problems—clearly have become more and...

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Frequently asked Question

What is Online Exhibition about?

Online Exhibition is a streaming service that offers a wide variety of exhibitions to art lovers.

We offer a new technology to museums to digitize their space and share the experience in 3D with an immersive content.

What is the Premium service?

In the Premium service we can digitize your existing show and make it accessible 24/7 on any device. Also we can digitize your museum space and allow you create new exhibitions from your collection. 

Is it true that I can create as many exhibitions as I want?

Yes that is correct. You can change your exhibition and create new one as frequent as you want. If you would like to have several exhibition at the same time it is also possible.

What is the difference between 360 panorama pictures and 3D scan?

There are many companies who offer 360 panorama pictures – actually some of them are calling it “3D” but they are not. You can always see the difference when you are walking in the space. In 360 panorama picture you have a Google street view feeling. You can’t walk seamless just zoom from one point to another in the space.

If you choose a 3D capture than you will have a same experience online as in a physical space. You can walk around seamless and experience the space from every angle. The difference is more obvious if you see a sculpture.

How many visitors can I reach with this platform?

We have visitors from 2.000+ cities and 120 countries. They spend an average 4 minutes 20 seconds in an exhibition. We are partnered with major art media companies and promoting the platform in their newsletter. Our outreach is 500.000 people every day.

Where can my exhibition be visited?

We are available on smartphones, tablets, laptops and VR devices.

Is Online Exhibition good for Students?

The Online Exhibition is powerful in education. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about this opportunity. We are looking for partnerships with art and media schools.

Are you interested in working with us?

If you are in the art world or doing business development and you are interested in cooperation we would be happy to hear from you. Please contact us at hello@onlineviewingroom.com and send us your CV so we could get in touch with you.
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