Selected by our team at Caro, here are the top platforms to experience art and architecture digitally this month while we are at home:
12 notable buildings by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright are now hosting #WrightVirtualVisits on their social media channels, swapping content across profiles to give online audiences a taste of each property. The participating organisations will swap a short video touring a different Wright-designed house on their social media channels at 12 pm CST every Thursday over the coming weeks.
Sarah Lucas’ new exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ in Soho, London opened just as the city was going into lockdown, but the exhibition team has kindly provided a meditative exhibition walk-through on the gallery’s website.
Immerse yourself in 360 panoramic views of Illuminated River at home via its Google Arts and Culture exhibition. Illuminated River is an ambitious public art commission that is transforming London at night and aims to light 14 bridges along the Thames. The first four bridges, London, Cannon Street, Southwark and Millennium, were lit last summer. Catch a glimpse of them here.
Check out the work of leading artists through the online viewing platforms hosted by Pace Gallery, from James Turrell’s light installations in London to photography by Paul Graham in New York.
With an evolving stream of content, this digital edition of Art Dubai brings one of the world’s largest art shows to you, which includes a global art forum and an online performance programme curated by Marina Fokidis.