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Kunsthalle Zürich

Brand · May 18, 2015 ·

The Kunsthalle Zürich is a contemporary art exhibition centre in Zurich, Switzerland. At first the new website of the Kunsthalle might look like a crowded mess but it all sorts out very well. In fact, the site got a quite distinctive and beautiful design – very much in the context of Swiss modernism. Credits: Dan Solbach and Christoph Knoth

Edouard Malingue Gallery

Brand · April 10, 2015 ·

Edouard Malingue Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Hong Kong that shows emerging and established artists. The Gallery got one very remarkable triptych of a website. Solid concept and a clean and minimal design by Lundgren+Lindqvist.

Harvard Art Museums

Brand · December 19, 2014 ·

The Harvard Art Museums claims to »bring to light the intrinsic power of art and promote critical looking and thinking for students, faculty, and the public«. Be that as it may, the new website of the Harvard Art Museums is top-notch and does not need to hide behind any other museum website out there. Clean and you might say sophisticated design. Oh, and their corporate typeface looks superb.

As You Can See: Polish Art Today

Brand · August 6, 2014 ·

»As You Can See: Polish Art Today« is the first show of current Polish art spanning such range for more than a decade. This ongoing exhibition has a remarkable website that features a neat way of presenting artists and artwork. Very nice job by Huncwot.

MoMA – Magritte

Brand · October 8, 2013 ·

Ceci n’est pas un site. This is not a website. This is the brand new microsite for MoMA’s exhibition about René Magritte. «The Mystery of the Ordinary, brings the artist’s breakthrough Surrealistic years to digital life with sound, typography and animation inspired by the avant-garde». Hello Monday once again did a great job creating this experience. Excellent piece of design.

MoMA – Cindy Sherman

Brand · May 29, 2012 ·

The current exhibition at the MoMA features the famous American photographer and film director Cynthia “Cindy” Morris Sherman. The exhibition websites of the MoMA always have a nice and unique touch. This one is no exception.

Google – Art Project

Project · April 4, 2012 ·

The Art Project is a collaboration between Google and 151 acclaimed art partners from across 40 countries. «Using a combination of various Google technologies and expert information provided by our museum partners, we have created a unique online art experience.» Truely unique and quite impressive. If you like art, you’ll love Google’s Art Project.

Temporary Stedelijk

Project · March 5, 2012 ·

More than 7 years ago the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam closed its doors. In 2010 and 2011 they temporarily opened their doors for the public three times. These brief exhibitions were called Temporary Stedelijk 1,2 & 3. Temporary Stedelijk (4) is an online exhibition initiated by Amber van den Eeden & Kalle Mattsson. They believe that the museum is missing a great opportunity by not using the possibilities of the internet to showcase the work of young artists from Amsterdam. A good cause and a very interesting website.

The Red Box Project

Project · September 15, 2011 ·

The Red Box Project is a gallery of 5 virtual exhibitions “packed” into 3D boxes. The exhibitions include painting, lithography and video from Sevdalina Kochevska and Peter Kochevski. Selected and arranged by Yohannes Artinyan. Technology: Custom MVC – AS3. Custom 3D engine – based on Adobe Flash Player 10 native 3D capability. Site credits: i-creativ studio

Mint Museum Of Toys

Brand · January 28, 2011 ·

Website for Mint Museum Of Toys in Singapore, featuring an online exhibition of rare toys with YouTube and twitter content automatically pulled into the site. credits: qixen-p design studio

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