Tate Museum Offers Virtual Momentos

Tate Museum Offers Virtual Momentos

The Tate Liverpool Museum is offering a digital social object to promote their latest exhibition.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 16 april 2010

In the age of apps like Foursquare, digital currency and social objects are becoming ever-more omnipresent in our daily lives.

To promote their latest exhibition, Picasso: Peace and Freedom, the Tate Liverpool Museum is offering an exciting gift from the artist himself.

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