recorded by curators, art historians, and artists
A new way to talk about art and learn about trending exhibitions and artworks
Curators, artists, and critics use the app to record audioguides for exhibitions and artworks in museum collections
Use the map to find all current and upcoming exhibitions and events for which experts have recorded and published their voice commentary
The app feed contains all audioguide-enriched exhibitions at any location on the globe. Use artwork previews to navigate the exhibition space
in the feed, on the app map, or using search
has the cover pic, description and artwork previews to find your way around the venue
open in the artwork screen, you can listen to them online or download for offline use
Decide who's audioguide you're going to listen
A curator knows all about the exhibition and the artworks
Hearing what the artist has to say is always interesting
An expert is emotional and often partial — but that's appealing, isn't it?
An expert is deep inside the process and knows the context
An expert is free to criticize what they believe to be poor art — we are all for constructive criticism in audio format
Projects I curate are often associated with spaces that are vast and unconventional. I often go there and guide visitors. For me, guided tours are a very important and valuable aspect in my curatorial practice. I could spend two to three hours with one group there. And if there was such an application that the viewer could download and where my voice would be recorded, and all the explanations to the works, and some kind of work history and conceptual texts, then this would make my life much easier and attract a lot more people, who wouldn’t have to wait for me to come and take them on a tour.
curator, art historian, director at ARTBATFEST
Contemporary art, being a complex artistic study of reality, needs to be deciphered, explained and mediated between the artist-researcher, his work and the viewer. We, the “Eurasian Cultural Alliance,” intend to use the Ariapp application, and we consider it extremely relevant and necessary for the present-day social conditions.
and learn what's happening now in the world of exhibitions