Digital art platform Curiator updates app

Curiator, an online platform to discover, share and collect art, has grown rapidly since its inception. Only three months after its launch to the public and two months after the launch of its mobile app, Curiator has already doubled its number of users and the size of its catalogue. The platform acts as a personalised digital art collection, enabling people to import images of art they like and collect art added by others. The catalogue houses more than 40,000 unique artworks by more than 13,000 artists, and boasts visitors and users from more than 180 countries.

Curiator has recently made major updates to the platform, including a streamlined sign-up process and a renewed focus on digital art exhibitions by prominent guest curators and Curiator staff. Three new digital exhibitions include a solo exhibition of pavilions by Dan Graham, curated by Ian Alteveer, Associate Curator in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Object/ive”, a group exhibition curated by independent curator Kris Nuzzi, and a solo exhibition of Parisian textile artist Lorenzo Nanni, curated by the Curiator staff.

These new changes aim to accommodate the needs of its growing user base, ultimately maximising the potential of the Internet and social media to encourage art appreciation among audiences all over the world.

Curiator_AppCuriator mobile app interface
Image courtesy of Curiator

Hedge Two-Way Mirror WalkaboutDan Graham digital exhibition,  Hedge Two-Way Mirror Walkabout
Installation view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

by Louise Lui