What is .ART

.ART is a new top-level domain created for the world’s creative community in all its diverse forms. Above all, it is a way for individuals and institutions within the arts sector to identify themselves within the art world, in an immediate and recognizable way. It is the new digital address for all members of the artistic community.

.ART is not just another domain name. Over time, our mission is to collaborate with the artistic and cultural community to invent new and exciting digital services in the name of art and creativity. It is a creative and meaningful online space with limitless opportunities to build bridges between physical and intangible, historical and innovative, timeless and fashionable.

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Our mission is to collaborate with the artistic and cultural community to invent new and exciting digital services in the name of art and creativity. We will use diverse technologies to: help organize and strengthen the art community, foster its online presence, visibility and cooperation, and help its member’s transition onto new online platforms.

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Manifesta 12, the European Nomadic Biennial, opened on June 16 and will run through to November 4, 2018. Visitors from all over the world are flocking to Palermo, Italy, to discover the works of emerging artists, as well as 30 commissioned pieces. The exhibitions have been styled to showcase Palermo’s most spectacular locations. The theme […]

.ART is proud to support one of Europe’s leading art schools, Rodchenko Art School, and their annual graduation exhibition. The Ekaterina Cultural Foundation will host the exhibition which opens on 22 June 2018 and runs until 10 July. Admission is free. The exhibition entitled ‘Test Group’ explores the ideas of hierarchy and structures within our […]

New York City isn’t famous for its agriculture. Yet in 1982, artist Agnes Denes cleaned up what was essentially a dumpsite before planting and harvesting a wheat field there. The land, a stone’s throw away from the site of the Twin Towers, and across the river from the Statue of Liberty, was cultivated using dirt […]

Solange’s new performance art piece “Metatronia” is an artistic interpretation of the process and mapping of creation. Аcсording to her statement, it is intended to personify the intuitive force that helps her “create space, and silence the mind to create the work”. A still from “Metatronia” video by Solange and Hammer Museum in partnership with […]

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