Virtual Art Exhibition
After the covid pandemic, the virtual is the new normal. Many companies are providing virtual services like Virtual Art Exhibitions, virtual events, virtual AGM, Hybrid Conferences, Virtual Job fairs. Here are the best top 5 Virtual Exhibitions. Museums and galleries are quickly turning to online platforms to give people artistic experiences from the comfort of their homes. For better or worse, this is a trend here to stay in 2021! Already, major museums have made the transition to online in order to show high-resolution art exhibitions. It’s a great initiative as in this pandemic it won’t safe to visit places. Here are some example of trending art in 2021 –
Bhau Daji Lad, Mumbai– The Museum has been beautifully restored and it was a pleasure to see all the exhibits well laid out. Each exhibit has information regarding it on laminated papers for the viewer to pick up and read. Lovely outdoor area too. The big plus point which is difficult to find easily clean toilets. The city museum has been buzzing, with interactive quizzes based on its permanent collections via its Insta handle, to a virtual walkthrough. If you want to explore Indian art in greater depth, do visit it.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam – Holding the biggest collection of Van Gogh’s work – over 200 paintings and 500 drawings, as well as several of his letters – the museum offers an excellent Unravel feature, which allows you to view Van Gogh’s paintings in great detail, as well as discover what information is concealed in and under the paint.
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge – A modern and contemporary art gallery, it houses the personal collection of Jim and Helen Ede (Jim used to be a curator at the Tate in 1920s and 1930s London). You can take a virtual tour of this beautiful home, lingering as long as you like. It is the most trending art in 2021.