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ARTECHOUSE remains open to welcome visitors!

We value the safety of our visitors, staff and artists and we are taking additional precautions with enhanced sanitation measures throughout all of our locations to keep our visitors and staff safe.  We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other government health departments for updates regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). 


ARTECHOUSE, the leading digital art presenter in the United States, is pleased to announce its first location in New York City, opening in August 2019 with Machine Hallucination, a groundbreaking and immersive digital art exhibition by Los Angeles-based, Turkish artist Refik Anadol.

ANNOUNCING: New Nature by Marpi

ARTECHOUSE presents an exhibition that combines the use of A.I. and art within the imaginative and playful virtual menageries of Polish-born, San Francisco-based digital artist Marpi starting October 12th, 2018.

ANNOUNCING: Fractal Worlds by Julius Horsthuis

ARTECHOUSE is proud to present the first immersive art exhibition that bridges the gap between the real and virtual world. Join us on this “journey of discovery”, starting July 7th, 2018

Media Advisory: Press Preview - NAKED EYES Exhibition by Nonotak, Choreography of Light

Press Preview for NAKED EYES exhibition the first U.S. solo exhibition for the

world-renowned artist studio Nonotak and the inaugural celebration of International Day of Light, opening May 16, 2018 at ARTECHOUSE in Washington, DC.


Blurring the lines between the real and virtual, Naked Eyes, the latest immersive exhibition at ARTECHOUSE by a world-renowned artist studio NONOTAK, is the ultimate celebration of light.

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Tastemade: Bloom immersive food experience

Whip out your phones people, ARTECHOUSE presents BLOOM - an immersive food and art experience that engages all your senses.

The New York Times: Artechouse Light’s Up Washington’s Museum Scene

At Artechouse, art has “no limits and takes all forms,” Ms. Pastukhova said. “We wanted to create an environment where artists can push the limits and are inspired to create new artworks.” 

CNN: A futuristic exhibition in Washington from Turkish artists - Parallel Universe

PBS News Hour: 360 ARTECHOUSE Kingdom of Colors

Aretchouse's “Kingdom of Colors,” which opened Nov. 10, is a mesmerizing, undulating video montage of swirling color projected onto 27-foot walls. Two French artists filmed paint, soap and oil with a macro lens to create the piece, and the sumptuous result is the stuff Instagram dreams are made of.

Washingtonian: A New Psychedelic Exhibit, With Cocktails, Opens at Artechouse

“Kingdom of Colors” Artechouse’s newest exhibit opening Friday night, may look familiar: Thomas Blanchard and Anton Oilhack, the artists behind the lava-lamp-like display, are also responsible for Apple’s commercials for the iPhone X, which feature vibrant hues swirling around the phone’s buttonless screen.

National Geographic: Spirit of Autumn

Behold the mesmerizing, interactive new exhibit in Washington, D.C. that will have you feeling that fall spirit.

Washington Post: This art exhibition will have augmented reality cocktails that shift before your eyes

When you look at Artechouse's cocktail menu through your phone, words and images might leap off the page and swirl around. The exhibition around you could be visible inside your drink. It might even look like someone else is taking a sip.

INSIDER ART: High Tech Art Exhibit

Control time and space at this art exhibition.

BBC: Visually stunning art project invites you to play with light

A digital art project in Washington, DC invites people to play with light, exploring how humans interact with technology.

CGTN America: Full Frame Close Up: Art 2.0

Catering to patrons who have grown up with the Internet, more and more art galleries are turning to technology to lure in audiences while uncovering artists who are using digital technology to appeal to our senses.

Washington Post: ArTecHouse, a space for high-tech art, to open in early 2017

This winter, two local arts programmers are opening a space devoted entirely to that -- with a high-tech twist. Art Soiree founders Sandro Kereselidze and Tatiana Pastukhova announced Thursday they will open ArTecHouse, a space for experiential art that focuses on technology, in early 2017.

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