NYC Gallery Hosts Internet Only Exhibits

In the past year or two we’ve seen both magazines and books move to an electronic format — but now, a gallery in the Chelsea art district of NYC is taking a large portion of their collection online.  Called “The Project Room” and located at  dinterfineart.com, the site showcases works which can only be seen […]

In the past year or two we’ve seen both magazines and books move to an electronic format — but now, a gallery in the Chelsea art district of NYC is taking a large portion of their collection online.  Called “The Project Room” and located at  dinterfineart.com, the site showcases works which can only be seen online and are available for two months before they are  archived on the Gallery’s website. This allows Dinter to showcase new and emerging artists while still being able to dedicate their main space to larger scale works. Dinter Fine Art has hosted a “Project Room” on it’s website since March 2004, the first “project room” featuring a collaboration between Brian Belott and Taylor McKimens, titled “Lost & Found”. You can  visit “previous projects” for all archived editions.

Photo above: Jashin Friedrich “The 25th Hour”

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