Voir  Se voir  Savoir, DLowered GoalsPoints of ViewCulture=CapitalMedium Rectangle GlassLunar Garden installationParticle Field 2My Artwork (blue)Narcissus MirrorChairAn Aggregation 201301200 prepared dc-motors, 2000 cardboard elements 70x70cmSpecimen Series: Refrigerator, Unit 2, 348 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011, USAUntitled (Square)Départ - Arrivée (Departure - Arrival)Shimmering Mirage (red)Panoramawasser (Aare) <Panorama Water (Aare)>Saint AnthonyDistractionsTotality
Voir  Se voir  Savoir, DLowered GoalsPoints of ViewCulture=CapitalMedium Rectangle GlassLunar Garden installationParticle Field 2My Artwork (blue)Narcissus MirrorChairAn Aggregation 201301200 prepared dc-motors, 2000 cardboard elements 70x70cmSpecimen Series: Refrigerator, Unit 2, 348 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011, USAUntitled (Square)Départ - Arrivée (Departure - Arrival)Shimmering Mirage (red)Panoramawasser (Aare) <Panorama Water (Aare)>Saint AnthonyDistractionsTotality

Immersive Art

Since its founding in 2010, Instagram has radically changed how people discover, document, and experience art, from Yayoi Kusama’s infinity rooms to Marina Abramović’s interactive performances. In the past decade, many artists, galleries, and curators have welcomed the rise of photo-sharing and social media, presenting monumental sculptures, immersive installations, and selfie-ready sculptures. Below, discover a curated selection of Instagram-friendly art, including David Shrigley’s neon texts, Anish Kapoor’s mirrored discs, and teamLab’s light projections.

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