Contemporary Art on Twitter!

October 25, 2009 at 5:08 pm | Posted in Art World, Charles Saatchi, Contemporary Art, Online art | Leave a comment
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Just follow them!

Art on Twitter

Art on Twitter

QArtLondon-A forum for critical exchange, networking & peer-review for visual art & visual culture students & graduates from across London’s major art Universities @http://twitter.com/QArtLondon

Diemar/Noble Photography showcases the best in cutting edge contemporary and vintage photography @ http://twitter.com/DiemarNoble

Charles Saatchi…Enough said @http://twitter.com/charlessaatchi

Follow the latest art world developments and gossip with Time Out’s art critics Ossian Ward and Helen Sumpter @http://twitter.com/TimeOutArt

British Museum twitters the latest contemporary art showcases @http://twitter.com/britishmuseum

TATE MODERN– A family of 4 art galleries in the UK: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool & Tate St Ives. Tweeting: M: Kirstie, Tu: Katy, W: Selina, Th: Marilena, F: Becs @http://twitter.com/tate

My personal favourite: Damien Hirst @http://twitter.com/HirstDamien

 If you’re already twitaddicted and like this post; keep reading about the so-called twart here.

 

Reinvent Yourself or Die: the Tate gallery goes online!

April 17, 2009 at 11:08 pm | Posted in Art, Art World, Collecting Art, Contemporary Art, i-tunes U, Online art, Tate Modern | Leave a comment
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CONTEMPORARY ART LOVERS CAN NOW DOWNLOAD THE TATE GALLERIES ON I-TUNES.

i-tunes Tate application is now avaible online.

i-tunes Tate application is now available on-line.

Thousands of  art fans are now be able to download for free the more than 400 on-line galleries  that London’s iconic Tate Modern gallery has uploaded onto i-Tunes.

The Tate’s on-line application is part of i-Tunes U that is a space exclusively dedicated to education, culture and arts within Apple’s i-Tunes store where users can download music and videos.

This innovative application will count with multimedia galleries,shorts clips and  interviews with the world’s most prestigious contemporary artists and, of course, the Tate’s most recent exhibitions.

A fantastic example of how the Internet not only serves to promote the arts but it also democratises what was once considered the property of an élite.

For more information on the Tate Modern recent updates, click here.

i-Tunes U, click here.

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