Music, books, and movies are all easily found on the Internet for free (let's leave the legal and ethical implications for another post) but it not that easy when you're...

Music, books, and movies are all easily found on the Internet for free (let’s leave the legal and ethical implications for another post) but it not that easy when you’re looking for a art. But recently, some pieces of art, especially video, have starting to be distributed online (but not for free in many cases)

Some museums and art centers have shy initiatives to distribute art on the Internet. MoMa was the first museum to create a channel at YouTube with trailers of Doug Aitken’s Sleepwalkers film. Also, this week we have read that Tate Modern, with the collaboration of The Guardian and BBC, allowed users to download a signed photograph of Gilbert & George (last wednesday at midnight, and only for an hour).

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