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Facebook Profile Pictures May Go On Display In International Art Galleries

Facebook Profile Pictures May Go On Display In International Art Galleries
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An initiative is currently trying to raise one million ‘likes’ in order to showcase its fans photos in the Louvre, National Portrait Gallery, or the MET.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 october 2012

London-based creatives Ben Beale and Rory Forrest are aiming to reach one million ‘likes’ on the Profile Picture Exhibition page in order to get Facebook profile pictures into art galleries.

CNET reports that everyone who likes the group has the chance for their photo to be showcased in London’s National Portrait Gallery, the Louvre in Paris, and New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. These museums have agreed to display the ‘exhibit’ if a million members join the collaboration. You can check out the initiative’s video below:

The Profile Picture Exhibition

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