Miami, Announcement

ARTECHOUR Live this Week – Miami Art Week Edition

To celebrate Miami Art Week 2020, we’re hosting a special edition of our ARTECHOUR Instagram Live series that will focus on our creative collaborations within the local Miami community.

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NYC, DC, Programming

Hologram-Like Installation Unveiled at ARTECHOUSE DC & NYC

To pay tribute to bars and restaurants during these difficult times, we transformed our augmented reality bars in NYC and DC into hologram-like installations inspired by Edward Hopper’s iconic Nighthawks painting.

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DC, Announcement

AR Drinks To-Go are here with a Classic Blue inspired twist at ARTECHOUSE DC!

Visitors and passersby can experience our Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue inspired installations through taste and augmented reality!

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The Impact of Color

Imagine yourself walking into a room. Everything inside is one color. All the walls, floor and ceiling are a bright red. How do you feel?

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NYC, Programming, Education

The Unique Properties of Lasers in Art

Since the first laser was demonstrated in 1960, they have revolutionized our lives—from adding precision and efficiency to industries such as healthcare, agriculture and manufacturing to enhancing experiences such as live concerts and performances.

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NYC, Programming

Deep Dive: Intangible Forms

For artist Shohei Fujimoto, less is more. His work may be abstract and minimal, but the ideas and intent behind it are layered – as is the visitor experience.

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Announcement, Event News, Artist Spotlight

Art & Activism with Afrosurrealist Vince Fraser

We collaborated with Vince Fraser to bring his art to life in augmented reality for “We Rise Above,” an AR experience that sees his artwork rise above virtual Black Lives Matter Plazas through our ARTECHOUSE mobile app.

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DC, Announcement

AR Bar To-Go Launches at ARTECHOUSE DC!

We’re excited to announce a re-imagined, to-go version of our augmented reality (AR) bar!

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Artist Spotlight

Q&A: Refik Anadol

The 34-year-old Turkish born, LA-based, artist, professor, director, and visionary, has an in-depth discussion with ARTECHOUSE’s director of visitor experiences, Lena Galperina.

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