Virtual Galleries projects

Long-Sharp Gallery


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Fall 2021 Exhibits

Andy Warhol & David Kramer

Long-Sharp Gallery celebrates Andy Warhol’s birthday but also the gallery’s 15 years in business. The virtual space ‘Andy Warhol: A Survey of Portrait and Figurative Drawings from the Mid-1950s’ is located in the second wing of the virtual gallery and presents much detail in Warhol’s drawings and portraits.

The second exhibit presented by Long-Sharp Gallery is David Kramer, ‘Warm Afterglow: Instagram Sunsets‘ featuring the most excellent of Kramer’s smartness and satire, highlighting the artist’s hook rugs beside paintings on both paper and canvas. Kramer’s virtual gallery is located in the first wing of the exhibition.

Interactive virtual tour


Spring 2021 Exhibits

Spell it Out & Driven to Abstraction

Long-Sharp Virtual Gallery comprises two separate wings explicitly designed for the gallery and completed in 3D. Each wing has a unique architectural style, with the size of the space tailored to the number of works it fits.

Once in the tour, you will see yourself standing in front of a futuristic-looking building – the front of the Long-Sharp virtual gallery. The building is located in the middle of a lake and accessible by a curved bridge, becoming part of the serene landscape.

The first wing, ‘Spell it Out’, is an octagonal-shaped room with a frosted glass ceiling. The space is a perfect setting for seven artists working with text. The artists featured are Kay Rosen, Edward Ruscha, Mel Bochner, Ann Hamilton, Robert Indiana, Christopher Wool, and Miriam Londoño.

The second space, ‘Driven to Abstraction’, has become a home for works by some of the most notable names in contemporary abstraction, including Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, and Sam Gilliam. Established abstract artists such as New York’s Sabina Klein and Indiana’s Tamar Kander and emerging artists Samuel E. Vázquez, Amy Kirchner, Destiny Palmer, and Kamiesha Garbadawala are also emerging artists featured. The virtual space is bright and wide, with plenty of room to tour in luxury. Outside, the windows show nature and a lake, also created using 3D technology.

Interactive virtual tour




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