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Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG) is on a long-term hiatus. AD MAG was published from 2010 to 2016, and during that time it amassed the largest collection of feature length interviews and articles with digital artist and art administrators in the world. In time, AD MAG will return, but for now the domain redirects to Digital Art News (DAN).

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Tehran digital art exhibit to open on Friday

Thirty Iranian and international artists will be attending the event with a number of performances, installations and video animations at Ava Center, Baam Platform and Mohsen Gallery.  Read more.

Festival celebrating digital art and animation

The Reading Pictures: Seeing Stories festival will give youngsters an opportunity to meet and learn from book illustrators and artists to explore the connection between literacy and the visual arts.  Read more.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

The digital art of fading cityscapes: Oddviz at Art On Istanbul

The eclectic triad behind the Oddviz collective all hail from Ankara, and were born in the same year, 1983, placing them as three among a generation who remember life before the omnipresent pervasions of digital experiences and...read more.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Sedition is the platform that lets you take over the digital art world

There is an app available for young art collectors that allows them to buy, sell, and rent their favorite digital pieces, called Sedition.

The marketplace for digital limited editions does allow...read more.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Chicago New Media 1973–1992

Coming up in November is an exhibition and presentation that looks into the role of video art and new media in Chicago, Illinois.  The show, entitled Chicago New Media 1973–1992 provides a historical survey of new media artists in the area, as it "seeks to illuminate the largely untold story of Chicago's role in the history of new media."  Read more.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Artechouse: Living at the corner of art and technology

Artechouse doesn’t collect art, so it’s not a museum in that sense. It doesn’t sell the work it displays, so it’s not a typical gallery. But the cavernous space on Maryland Avenue SW near the edge of L’Enfant Plaza is focused on presenting digital art and — like many museums — it wants to help audiences learn about and appreciate it.  Read more.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Chicago debuts world's largest permanent digital art projection

CHICAGO -- Chicagoans on Saturday night were treated to the first of what is being billed as the "world's largest permanent digital art projection" with a dazzling display on what was once the world's largest building.  Read more.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Julian Glander recreates your art school experience in quirky video game Art Sqool

Art Sqool, due out early 2019, is one part video game, one art simulation and drawing program, offering hundreds of inspiring and open-ended drawing prompts to jump start your creative brain as you undertake 50 assignments from Professor Qwerts, an art-trained neural network which will give you drawing prompts and use his high-tech capabilities to objectively grade your work.  Read more.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation - 2018 Arts Writing Awards in Digital Art

The Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Arts Writing Awards in Digital Art. Mary Flanagan will receive USD 40,000 in recognition of her sustained dedication to the field as an established arts writer, and Dawn Chan will receive USD 20,000 for her exceptional promise as an emerging arts writer.  Read more.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Tappan’s Chelsea Neman Nassib Makes a Case for the Digital Art Gallery

Chelsea Neman Nassib is democratizing artwork through the trailblazing Tappan online art gallery. The platform she established in 2012 connects up-and-coming artists with collectors worldwide and offers accessible art—with prices ranging from...read more.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Chicago's Merchandise Mart will use its facade as the world's largest digital art projection

Keeping in line with Chicago’s storied commitment to public art, River North’s Merchandise Mart (now known as theMART) is transforming into the largest and longest running digital art projection in the world starting this fall. Featuring a 25-story tall video across 2.5 acres of...read more.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Paris’s first digital art museum: all lit up at Atelier des Lumières

It’s 11.30am on a sunny Tuesday and I’m in rue Saint-Maur, in Paris’s 11th arrondissement, queuing to collect pre-booked tickets for the noon showing at L’Atelier des Lumières – Paris’s first digital museum of fine art. It’s worth the wait.  Read more.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Surrealism in the digital age: Beirut exhibition looks at new wave of 20th-century art movement

While some may argue that Surrealism died along with its founder André Breton in 1966, the art world’s fascination with the irrational, complex inner-workings of the mind—and the Surrealist aesthetic—lives on. The Trick Brain (until 20 September) at the Aishti Foundation in Beirut, Lebanon, looks at the idea of “neo-Surrealism”, described by Massimiliano Gioni, the show’s curator and the associate director of...read more.

Friday, July 6, 2018

teamlab planets tokyo: a 'body immersive' exhibition of all-encompassing digital art

teamlab has expanded its wildly-popular digital art exhibition from 2016 to form a massive, ‘body immersive’ space comprising a labyrinth of varying virtual experiences. on view for the next two years — ‘teamlab planets tokyo’ presents developed iterations of previously-featured artworks as well as...read more.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Imaginary Worlds Brought to Life With Unexpected Photo Combinations

Have you ever dreamt of surfing on clouds or exploring the sparkling spiral arms of the galaxy? German self-taught Photoshop expert Justin Peters visualizes these surreal fantasies in his growing portfolio of digital art. Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s quote, “Everything you can imagine is real,” Peters’ photo-manipulations merge...read more.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

This Artist Foresaw Our Digital Future in a Meadow of Dandelions

In the digital fever dream of Thomas Bayrle’s work, pixelated pictures twist and bend and resolve into fuzzily warped images. Abstract films and videos pulse with psychedelic patterns. But if Mr. Bayrle’s art seems like the ultimate in early computer design, most of the 115 works in his first major New York retrospective, “Playtime,” at the New Museum, are actually...read more.

Digital art group plants forest of light and color on Tokyo Bay

A Tokyo-based creative collective that has wowed crowds as far away as Italy and the U.S. has made a new splash at home, opening its first permanent exhibition of immersive digital art in Japan.  Read more.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Ivorian businesswoman Alice Gbelia transforming digital art in Zurich

Alice Gbelia did not envision that she would be running one of the biggest sites for African art, but one personal experience changed all that.

In her search for artworks for her house, Gbelia could not find the products that fit her style, her African heritage and her love for black pop culture.  Read more.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Seeing digital art in a new light

The space seems filled with endless rows of glass lamps that shine as someone goes close. The light then moves from one lamp to another around the room.

The digital installation called Forest Of Resonating Lamps - One Stroke is the work of...read more.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

An interactive garden of digital flowers in the heart of Paris

Paris boasts some of the most famous galleries in the entire world, with its wide selection of diverse and arresting art attracting millions of visitors every year. And while you can always bet on there being a lengthy queue at the Louvre to see classics such as the Mona Lisa, the city of love is also no stranger to modern art that utilises recent and evolving technologies. One such example is...read more.

Monday, April 30, 2018

Digital art has shifted boundaries of creative value

Collectors often raise the question of creative value, particularly regarding the way it is linked with the different media that artists use to express themselves. In the art world nowadays the latest trends in artistic expression relate to electronically generated images and installations. This category of art can be viewed and experienced in contemporary art museums, galleries and fairs.  Read more.

Friday, April 27, 2018

100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Android Jones

Digital virtual-reality artist Android Jones is 100 percent a product of Boulder County, born and bred in Lyons and infused with a deeply rooted Boulderite’s spiritual, new-agey burner’s sensibility.  Read more.

Digital art museum to open in Tokyo

Visitors encounter a vast expanse of Venetian glass lamps as they enter a room of the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson teamLab Borderless.  REad more.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Artist Visualizes a “Hot Art Exhibition” Filled With Melting Masterpieces

Imagine visiting an art gallery during the hottest day of the year, but the air conditioning doesn’t work, and all of the paintings literally start to melt and drip paint from their frames. This surreal, nightmare scenario is the concept for the Hot Exhibition digital art series by Vienna-based multidisciplinary artist Alper Dostal.  Read more.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Paris’s new digital art venue opens with immersive Klimt show

 A former foundry in Paris's 11th arrondissement is site of a brand-new digital art centre that opens this week with an immersive exhibition devoted to Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

Featuring 140 video projectors and a sound system, the Atelier des Lumières holds 3,300 square meters of...read more.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Sam Falconer transforms science and geology

Opening today at the Coningsby Gallery in London, illustrator Sam Falconer's first solo exhibition, 'Deep Time', looks back at the history of Earth from a geological perspective.  Read more.

Saturday, March 31, 2018

DIGITAL ARTIST CREATES INCREDIBLE PHOTOS COMBINING FOOD WITH EVERYDAY OBJECTS

It takes a lot to blow someone’s mind in today’s day and age.

However, one digital artist’s work in which he combines photos of food with normal objects is truly astounding.  Read more.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Digital Graffiti returning to Alys Beach

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is an innovative and dynamic event that celebrates the intersection of projection art and architecture. During the three-day event, international artists display their original digital art upon the iconic stark-white walls of Alys Beach, transforming the seaside town into a vibrant canvas of light.  Read more.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

World’s Largest Digital Art Display Will Go Live This Fall in Chicago

When Chicago’s Merchandise Mart opened in 1930, commanding two-and-a-half city blocks in the city’s downtown Loop, it was the world’s largest building.  Read more.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

“A Post-Digital Art Festival”: The Artistic Director and Curators on transmediale 2018

On the heels of Sundance and its New Frontier section every year comes transmediale, the Berlin-based festival more singularly focused on interactive film, video art, transmedia, virtual reality, and other forms of new media. Founded in 199, transmediale also excels at maintaining a clear focus on how these new works engaged with broader societal issues; traditional artwork, panel discussions, academic papers, and other offerings are always an integral part of the proceedings along with films and videos.  Read more.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Political Graphic Design and Art in the Last Decade

The intersection of graphic design and politics is taking a front seat with the rise of social media and the role it plays as our main source of news. For most of us, social media shapes our understanding of modern protest, activism and power too.  Read more.

Combining Strangers' Photos to Create Digital Art

Turns out you don't always need to be an amazing photographer to create photographic art. I came across graphic designer Bashar Hjooj's work on Instagram, where he combines two to three photographs shot by complete strangers to create art full of imagination with his own take.   Read more.

Saturday, February 3, 2018

How Digital Art Reaches Parts of Cuba that Lack Internet Access

Since 2015, the artist Nestor Siré has been curating a selection of contemporary art in El Paquete Semenal, a one-terabyte collection of files transmitted person-to-person throughout Cuba every week.  Read more.

teamlab to open digital art museum in tokyo this summer

every time we publish one of teamlab’s immersive art installations, we can’t help but wish we were there. and although here at designboom many of us have had the pleasure to experience them personally, we are very excited to share with you that in the summer of 2018, tokyo will host a full-scale digital art museum called ‘MORI building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab borderless.’ the space will showcase the japanese collective’s first permanent exhibition and flagship facility.  Read more.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Digital art installation brings Brazil's street art to Boston's walls

This month, taking a stroll on the Rose Kennedy Greenway could transport you to the streets of São Paulo.

While the weather here still won’t match that of Brazil’s, the street art will, thanks to an installation by...read more.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Cape Cod Art Center to Launch New Digital Art Program

The Cape Cod Art Center in Barnstable is launching a new Digital Art program.

Meetings for the program will be held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. with the next meeting on...read more.

Monday, January 1, 2018

New digital art exhibit adds sparkle to MBS

Visitors to Marina Bay Sands (MBS) can now create art with their footsteps, watch fish swimming beneath their feet, or set off fireworks.

A new digital art exhibit at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands allows visitors to do all these and more with their read more.