Miami Art Week 2012 to host first GIF art festival “Moving the Still”


Paddle8 and Tumblr are collaboratively launching “Moving the Still”, the world’s first GIF art festival. GIF artwork is one of many new genres that explore the potential of different web media. 

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Korean Artist Project adds 21 curator-selected artists to website – resource alert


Following the success of its inception in 2011, the Korean Artist Project has updated their website and doubled the number of artists for 2012 to 42.

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Google+ Hangout: Changing the way we talk about art? Resource alert


Forbes is currently running a series of interviews entitled “G+: The Artists’ Hangout” that explores how artists are using the video chat platform G+ Hangouts.

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Asia Art Archive online: landmark moment for contemporary Asian art scholarship


Not just for Hong Kongers, Asia Art Archive’s collection is now open to an international audience, accessible through a custom designed website. Asia Art Archive (AAA) launched a beta version of its online collection on 5 June 2012. The initial … Continue reading

Who will reign over .art domain? E-flux wants crown


In 2011, the ICANN announced over five hundred new top-level domain names. Ten organisations, including E-flux, are vying for control over the coveted .art domain.

 

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Ocula connects Australasia with online art auction platform, gallery portal


Following the success of Saffronart and Artnet, Ocula is a new member in the online art sales club. Does Ocula’s practice shed some light on auctions of the future?

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Kapsul: A new way to organise art online? Resource alert


Kapsul, an art world-specific image and video searching and sharing site, was launched in February 2012. Does it deliver what it promises to art professionals? Art Radar takes a closer look.

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Google Art Project “goes global”: treasure trove of Asian contemporary art


In addition to improved clarity and new capabilities, Google has also added eleven Asian museums that prominently feature contemporary art to Google Art Project.

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