Another email that we received and that we decided to publish:
Affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, like the rest of the world, many museums, galleries and other art institutes had to close their doors. An industry that relies so much on its visitors is now forced to turn to the internet to present its program, a change that requires a lot of creativity. We are currently witnessing an acceleration of the global trend towards platforms and online art sales. A trend that was already in full swing before the Corona crisis.
With this in mind, we would like to draw your attention to 28 Vignon Street, an online art platform where you can visit exhibitions as well as see and buy works of art and books, all without leaving your home. 28 Vignon Street differs from other similar initiatives by its personal approach because the exhibitions are carefully curated. In addition, the curators we attract for our exhibitions are internationally renowned. To illustrate this, we would like to present to you our new exhibition: “Saul Leiter: Discoveries from the Slide Archive“, curated by the Saul Leiter Foundation, composed of unpublished images of this American photographer. It is definitely worth a visit and can be a good reason to delve into this global (r)evolution of online art.
28 Vignon Street
A new curated online art platform