It all started back in 2017 in our nation’s beautiful capital of Washington, D.C., Artechouse opened its first permanent home. You might be wondering, what in the world does art, technology and a giant blank canvas have to do with one another? Well, at the crossroads of art, science and technology lives the first-ever true 21st-century art experience. So far, there are three locations: Miami, Washington, and NYC, so there is a chance to see it wherever you may be. If you’re looking for inspiration or to be creatively motivated, this is the place for you!
How did Artechouse begin?
In 2015, art advocates Sandro and Tati founded the first-ever Artechouse permanent installation in Washington, D.C. Their main goal was to shed light on groundbreaking artists who work with new technology and to develop new forms of creative expression. Artechouse is a place where one can get educated, become inspired and empower the art community. Love, passion, drive, dedication, integrity, teamwork and creativity are at the heart of this organization. They have multiple installations that are changed every couple of months. Currently, the three jaw-dropping locations are all having an exhibition called “Celestial.” The inspiration behind it comes from the Pantone color of the year 2020: classic blue. All three locations are unique expressions of the classic blue color and do so in a way you have never seen before.
How you can see it
Lucky for those who live either in or near Washington, D.C., Miami or New York City because they have stepped up their safety regulations. You have to buy your tickets ahead of time because they only allow a certain amount of people in the warehouse at a single time. Plus, wearing a mask is mandatory for the entire time you are on the property. If you’re out in the midwest region of the United States and you’re feeling left out, not to worry! The Artechouse website has tons of videos and photos of current and past installations. Wherever you may be, make sure to check out this incredible new way to take in and appreciate art.
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