The Moon Gallery

The Moon Gallery is a giant leap forward for Interactive Virtual Galleries. The world’s first art gallery on the Moon features space for up to 150 artworks in a fully immersive 3D environment.

It offers viewers the chance to explore a fine selection of artwork within  an imaginary arts complex built into the lunar rock. It features futuristic architectural design, spectacular landscaping and breathtaking scenery, including a view of our very own planet Earth.

Artists, art-lovers and tech enthusiasts can take a small step into the future of the art by experiencing this interactive application first-hand. They will also be taking a giant leap towards improving access to art, opportunities for artists, and promoting diversity in the arts industry. Virtual exhibitions can overcome many of the problems faced by artists and art lovers by providing a high-quality, cost-effective platform for sharing, promoting and selling artwork. They also open up a new world of art to anyone with a computer, anywhere in the world.

Open Art 2018 Exhibition

On this page you can see images of the Moon Gallery filled with a selection of artwork from the Open Art 2018 exhibition. The Open Art project is a chance for emerging artists to be part of a stunning new virtual exhibition. This virtual exhibition features 60 artists from around the world. It showcases a diverse selection of fine art, illustration, video work and photography in a gallery space that is literally out of this world!

The Moon Gallery is home to a 3-storey building with panoramic views of the surrounding crater and mountains. As you step outside you are free to follow your own path through the trenches and quarries that have been dug into the Moon’s surface.

You can organise and curate your own exhibition in the Moon Gallery. It’s for galleries, art groups and curators who want to create a unique experiece when sharing artwork globally. Solo artists can also be part of a group exhibition by purchasing wall space within the gallery. This is a cost effective way to promote, share and sell artwork internationally.

Take a look at the Open Art 2018 image gallery >>

 

Contact Curat10n

Interactive galleries are perfect for exhibitions that will inspire, entertain and engage audiences. There are many possibilities when it comes to their features & applications. Our design & development services are custom made for every client. Once we know what you want, we can discuss your options and give advice. Together we will decide on the design brief for your project. We can then give you a time scale for its development (usually 2-8 weeks) and give you a quote for it’s price.

Contact our team to find out more about your virtual gallery options and get answers to any questions you have. You can use the contact form or send us a direct email to info@curat10n.com

Which features of a virtual gallery are you interested in?

Virtual Exhibitions

  • Create any gallery space imaginable
  • Easily share artwork worldwide
  • Show interactive artist information
  • Permanent access & archiving of shows
  • Cost-effective and flexible exhibitions

Selling Artwork

  • Link exhibitions with your online store
  • Buyers can visualise artwork to-scale
  • Artist information & provenance
  • Sell through the Curat10n art shop
  • Data & insights on sales and views

Exhibition Planning

  • Live visualizations & presentations
  • Interactive installations and events
  • Attention grabbing projection visuals
  • Efficient use of space at art fairs
  • VR & projection for immersive events

Live Interactive Events

  • Visualize exhibitions during planning
  • Easily select and move artwork in 3D
  • Save on planning costs & logistics
  • Professional consultation and support
  • In-house Training for curators

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Artists: Show and sell your artwork in the next 'Moon Gallery' or 'White Space' group exhibition. From £20 per artwork, with free art shop listing. Dismiss

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