THE ART INDUSTRY DURING #coronatimes #covid19

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 is time to stay at home. For some people, the good times are over but for others is the starting point of new ideas, or even take care of themselves, with or without technology. Despite the closure of art museums, art galleries, and art fairs cancellations, the art market is looking towards new digital solutions to overcome the current situation.

For all the art lovers and people keen into art, @blancart is happy to share some ONLINE ART alternatives for the upcoming days during the quarantine.

Artist: Olafur Eliasson, Your vanishing, 2011, Ph: Blanc Art
Artist: Olafur Eliasson, Your vanishing, 2011, Ph: Blanc Art


For the first time, Art Basel is offering online viewing rooms after the Hong Kong 2020 edition was canceled. More than 230 galleries from all over the world presenting over 2000 artworks.

VIP Preview: March 18, 6pm HKT / 11am CET
Public Days: March 20, 6pm HKT / 11am CET

Online Viewing Rooms will be accessible via the website and the Art Basel App (Apple, Google Play)

Copyright Sam Gilliam, Photo courtesy Pace Gallery
Copyright Sam Gilliam, Photo courtesy Pace Gallery


PACE GALLERY has opened six different online viewing rooms, please find below the different artists:

  1. Watercolors by Sam Gilliam
  2. James Turrel
  3. Julian Schnabel, The Patch of Blue the Prisoner Calls the Sky
  4. Kenneth Nolan, Flares
  5. Arlene Shechet, Skirts
  6. Paul Graham, The Seasons

With this initiative Pace Gallery stands out again showcasing art online, offering a new way to engage with some of their artists.

Pace Gallery locations: New York, London, Hong Kong, Geneva, Palo Alto, and Seoul.

Musée D'Orsay, ph: Blanc Art
Musée D'Orsay, ph: Blanc Art


Google Arts & Culture is an online platform that allows you to visit most of the known museums from all over the world. These are some of the art museums you could find on their website:

Download the App (Apple, Google Play)




One Comment

  • Enrique Romario Cardona Ramirez

    I am Enrique Romario Cardona, I am 25 years old and a Colombian.

    I studied Fine Arts in Nottingham Trent University for over 5 years and I recently worked for 6 months as a volunteer in Art in Tanzania in which I became an art teacher in a school named Mother of Mercy.

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