Digital art in museums around the world







Digital art has experienced exponential growth in recent years, becoming an increasingly relevant form of artistic expression. Museums around the world have begun to recognize and value the importance of this medium, exhibiting digital artworks in their permanent collections and hosting temporary exhibitions dedicated exclusively to this type of art. In this article, we will explore some of the most prominent museums that have embraced digital art and showcased works by renowned artists from around the world.

  • National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan: This art center has shown great interest in digital art and has hosted notable exhibitions in this field. For example, in 2018, it presented "teamLab Borderless," an immersive exhibition that combined digital art, technology, and sound. The National Art Center has been a key venue for the promotion and dissemination of digital art in Japan.
  • Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, Spain: Located in the heart of Madrid, Espacio Fundación Telefónica has been a prominent venue for exhibiting digital art. It has presented individual exhibitions by artists such as Miguel Chevalier, Yucef Merhi, and Antoni Muntadas. Additionally, it has hosted important events and conferences on art and technology.

These are just a few examples of museums worldwide that have opened their doors to digital art. It is important to note that, in addition to traditional museums, spaces exclusively dedicated to digital art have also emerged, such as the Digital Art Museum (DAM) in Berlin, Germany, and teamLab Borderless.


Ruiz&Polo, Barcelona, July 2023.





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