Cyberspaces: Art on the net

Longhurst, Christy
June 2002
Artonview;Winter2002, Issue 30, p30
This article features the web sites launched by art museums to display their art collections. The National Gallery of Australian in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, posted an average of 12,580 users per week on its web site. The Guggenheim Museum in New York City launched an initiative to introduce a virtual museum to enable the viewing of three-dimensional digital art and architecture. Meanwhile, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, New South Wales, curated the virtual art exhibition "Visual Frequencies."


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