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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...

Ballardian House

Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Ballardian House, Jean-Pascal Flavien's second solo exhibition with the gallery. Jean-Pascal Flavien has constructed a life-sized house within the exhibition space. Set in the midst of a sandy ground with a number of rocks,...

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...

Roots and Branches

For his first solo exhibition with Lisson New York, Ai Weiwei populates the gallery with felled, cast-iron tree trunks, nearly sixteen feet in length, and a series of iron root sculptures set against the backdrop of a new wallpaper installation. Situated among...

Moments Of Clarity Are So Rare – Artists of the gallery and friends

Chip Log

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present the New York debut of Belgian artist Kasper Bosmans. Rooted in historical research, Bosmans disentangles the intersection of signs that create cultural meaning in both micro and macro registers. His interdisciplinary works include institutional...

AFK

Our group show »AFK« (Away From Keyboard) marks the time when art returns from virtual to physical space. It is an ever-changing exhibition with a varying and evolving artist participation. In this way, different perspectives and new influences will constantly...

Group Show

The New Figurative

Fearless, bold use of line and color, a profound sense of form and space - the work of America Martin transcends cultural as well as internalized gender aesthetics in a conversation with universal, underlying themes of beauty, nature, and the...

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...

In abisso

The spatial design of Nicola Samorì's exhibition "In Abisso" already suggests a demarcation: a sharp line of division separating a white Above – the threshold – from a gray Below, the gallery room into which the visitor descends on a...

Studio 11

We are pleased to announce the start of the solo exhibition Studio 11 by Wolfgang Ellenrieder. A large part of the works now shown by us was created during his stay in 2018/19 at the Deutsche Akademie Rome Villa Massimo....

Geta Bratescu – The Leaps of Aesop

‘Geta Brătescu. The Leaps of Aesop’ is the first New York solo presentation devoted to the 91 year-old forerunner in the field of Romanian Conceptualism. Her diverse oeuvre – comprising drawing, collage, engraving, textiles, and photography, as well as experimental...

TOBEY or not to be? (English)

On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the birth of Mark Tobey (1890 - 1976), the exhibition offers a convergence of perspectives: that of the the Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, the artist's historical gallery in Europe, that of a...

Two Hearts

„We can have so many hearts inside ourselves. In my lifetime, I have discovered two hearts. This show is about my reflections on duality, the power of female energy, and temporality.“ Marina Abramović (Vienna, March 26, 2018) Marina Abramović is...

Handlauf

Neo Rauch, the Leipzig-born artist who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig (HGB) with Arno Rink, has left a mark on art. With his figurative paintings, the international art world was his oyster in the 1990s. Yet at...

Walton Ford – Barbary

Kasmin is pleased to present Barbary, a new body of large-scale watercolors by Walton Ford that will inaugurate the gallery’s flagship space in Chelsea, New York. The series is a result of over eighteen years of research by Ford into...

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....

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Frequently asked Question

What is Online Viewing Room about?

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

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

What is the difference between Standard and Premium?

You can select a Standard Online Viewing Room and start to use this new technology for $19 per month.

If you are interested to digitize your own gallery or exhibition it is also possible. Premium Online Viewing Room as a service is available for $49 per month and has a setup fee starts from $700.

What can I do in Premium?

In the Premium service you can digitize your existing show and it allows you to create new exhibitions in your space.

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. You need to rent another space for $49 per month.

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.

With our 3D technology your visitor will be able to walk around like in a physical space and spend real time in your exhibition. Please visit some of the galleries that we digitized and experience yourself the difference.

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 250.000 people every day.

Where can my exhibition be visited?

We are available on smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops and VR devices. Our technology works on every platform Android, iOS, Mac and Windows.

Is Online Viewing Room good for Students?

The OVR experience is powerful in education. 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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