The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock
The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock

Art world fights coronavirus with digital shows in wake of mainland China and Hong Kong event cancellations

  • Art Basel Hong Kong, the Shanghai Power Station of Art and Tank Shanghai are among institutions that are launching online viewing rooms and shows
  • While no substitute for experiencing art in person, digital exhibitions help fill the cultural vacuum created by the coronavirus outbreak

Topic |   Art
The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock
The Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai is one of many that is using digital platforms to upload exhibitions while public safety precautions for the coronavirus stay in place. Photo: Shutterstock
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