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6 great exhibitions you can visit right now, in Virtual Reality! from GalleriesNow

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“Right now it’s understandably difficult to visit exhibition in many cities, so here is our pick of six great exhibitions that we’ve recorded in VR – put on your goggles, view on a phone, or just look on the website to pretend you’re in another place looking again at great art.” @GalleriesNow

1 Larry Bell: Still Standing Hauser & Wirth New York

© Larry Bell. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Dan Bradica
© Larry Bell. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Dan Bradica

A major exhibition of sculptural works by one of the most renowned and influential artists to emerge from the Los Angeles art scene of the 1960s. view here

2 Vivian Suter: Tintin’s Sofa Camden Arts Centre London

Photo: Luke Walker © Camden Arts Centre
Photo: Luke Walker © Camden Arts Centre

Finished works presented as an immersive cacophony – suspended, overlapping and environmental – Suter’s streaked and soaked canvases, swathed in colour, form a permeable membrane between nature and civilization. view here

3 Daniel Buren | Pierre Huyghe Nahmad Contemporary New York

ourtesy of Nahmad Contemporary, New York
Courtesy of Nahmad Contemporary, New York

Buren’s iconic and vanguard striped paintings from 1966 are placed in dialogue with one of Huyghe’s dynamic aquarium ecosystems. view here

4 Shirin Neshat: Land of Dreams Goodman Gallery London

Shirin Neshat: Land of Dreams Goodman Gallery
Courtesy: gallery and the artist

The UK premiere of Neshat’s most recent body of work as well as the renowned artist’s first solo exhibition in London in two decades, “Land of Dreams” follows her extensive retrospective at The Broad in Los Angeles. view here

5 Martial Raysse: Les Statues ! kamel mennour Paris

Photo: © Martial Raysse, Adagp. Photo. Archives kamel mennour. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/London
Photo: © Martial Raysse, Adagp. Photo. Archives kamel mennour. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/London

“In the crevices between the stones, here and there on a shelf, or on a table behind a pile of books, there lives discreetly a whole people of little beings, made out of trifles and forming worlds of their own. Martial Raysse seems to have put them there just after shaping them” – Anae?l Pigeat view here

6 Richard Long: FROM A ROLLING STONE TO NOW Lisson Gallery New York

Image © Richard Long. Courtesy Lisson Gallery
Image © Richard Long. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

An exhibition of works that illustrate the symbolic significance of four key facets of Long’s practice – sculpture, photography, text and mud – in his first show at the gallery in New York. view here

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