V21 Artspace

  • Digital transformation
  • Multimedia & Interactives
  • Technology

+44 (0) 20 8191 9821

V21 Artspace Hamilton House, Mabledon Place Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9BB United Kingdom

About V21 Artspace

V21 Artspace was founded in 2017 in Nottingham, UK by Claire Cutts and Joe Clark to support the arts and culture sector.

V21 Artspace use a mixture of innovative technologies to capture real-time exhibitions and museums to produce interactive 3D Virtual Tours for showcasing exhibitions and museums online and providing a digital solution for accessibility, archiving, audience development and engagement.

Additionally in 2020 V21 Artspace introduced a bespoke 3D Virtual Gallery platform, providing an alternative for when a physical space is not a viable option for showcasing an exhibition, creating a CGI gallery from design concepts by curators and artists, V21 Artspace works closely with their clients to create in CGI a fully immersive 3D Virtual Gallery environment.

V21 Artspace also presents many of their 3D Virtual Exhibitions on v21artspace.com, a free to access archive of 3D Virtual Exhibitions and Museum Spaces, which enjoys a global audience from over 135 countries.

V21 Artspace works with clients including including the mega gallery Hauser & Wirth and other institutions including the Arts Council Collection, British Council, La Biennale di Venezia, Nottingham Contemporary, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Longside Gallery at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, WWF-UK, World Photography Organisation, Firstsite, National Justice Museum, National Trust, British Library, Derby Museums Trust, Pitt Rivers Museum, Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia, S1 Artspace and American Hardwood Export Council at The Design Museum.

A business with humble beginnings paired with a global outlook, V21 Artspace has expanded to facilitate regular 3D Virtual Exhibition projects in London, New York, Virginia, Los Angeles, Zürich, St Moritz, Menorca, Monaco, Hong Kong with a focus on sustainability and increasing access to art and culture for all audiences.

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