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5 great exhibitions with 360° virtual visits – selected by GalleriesNow

GalleriesNow is the world’s leading gallery guide, with everything you need to know about great art wherever you are Our selection of five great exhibitions recorded in VR for you to make a virtual visit online.

Lisson Gallery Joanna Pousette-Dart


© Joanna Pousette-Dart. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

In her first solo presentation with the gallery in New York, Pousette-Dart presents large-scale multi-panel paintings, each composed of curved canvases – a format she has been exploring for almost thirty years.link

Richard Saltoun Annegret Soltau: Spider

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courtesy: Richard Saltoun

“I use myself as a model, because with myself I can go further than with anyone else” – Soltau. Since the 1970s, Soltau’s radical approach to self-representation and the female body has championed an experimental take across photography, collage and performance. link

The Gallery of Everything Autobiographic

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An intimate exhibition exploring the aesthetic diaries of two authors – Carlo Zinelli and Valerie Potter – both from the alternative history of 20th century art. link

International Center of Photography CONTACT HIGH: A Visual History of Hip-Hop

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photo: Barron Claiborne

Four decades of photography, from the late 1970s to today, documenting a revolution not just in music, but in politics, race relations, fashion, and culture, and giving a rare glimpse into the creative process behind some of hip-hop’s most iconic photos.link

Mai 36 Galerie John Baldessari

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courtesy: Mai 36 Galerie

From the VRchives – A new series by the American artist who sadly passed away in January this year. These works continued his use of photography and texts this time using various windmills and wind farms and referencing Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quijote. link

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