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Featured Gallery: Yosemite National Park

We're thrilled to finally share several new exclusive video galleries on the app that we've been working on over the past several months including "Yosemite National Park". Shot across the seasons by our in-house team, this gallery explores one of the United States' most iconic national parks and all of its most popular landmarks such as El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, Merced River, Tunnel View, Bridalveil Fall and Half Dome just to name a few...

NEWS: Now Streaming, March 2020

Seasons are changing, we've nearly made it through winter and looking forward to what Spring 2020 will bring. Updates to the app and more new galleries are certain, but in the meantime here is what's new and recommended for streaming in March! >> Green St. Patrick's Day Spring Meadow Harlem Renaissance Flags of the World One of our favourite new galleries pays homage to our beautiful planet, Green, with striking contemporary photography capturing the beauty of Earth in all shades of green. It's a couple weeks away but we have St. Patrick's Day already available to stream for those who want to get in the spirit. March 20th is officially the first day of SPRING so with that we recommend streaming Spring Meadow, images of verdant grasses and spring flowers to welcome us into the new season. Black History Month may be over, but we are excited to have added a...

ARTISTS WE LOVE: Horace Pippin

WHO: Horace Pippin WHAT: Painter WHERE: Pennsylvania, USA WHEN: 22 February 1888 – 6 July 1946 FAMOUS FOR: Horace Pippin is best known for his striking oil paintings, which depicted the American landscapes around him and scenes from his heritage. At a young age and throughout his World War I service in the famous Harlem Hellfighters 369th infantry, Horace drew the scenes around him. As a form of rehabilitation after being shot in the shoulder, Horace continued creating art and eventually moved to oil paintings. His paintings find a unique place of maturity and folk art, as the colors, textures, and dimensionality give voice to Pippin's perspective on slavery, segregation, the Great Depression, and American life. You can find a curated selection of his works and other African American artists in our new "Harlem Renaissance" gallery. “When I was a boy I loved to make pictures, [but war] brought out all the art in me.  I can never forget suffering and I will never forget sunsets. So I...

NEWS: Now Streaming, February 2020

February is here and we have some great new galleries to share plus a couple of others to honor the holidays and month long celebrations that are taking place. From Black History Month to Valentine's Day, here are some classics to stream as well as some of our latest gallery additions  >> Black History Month Love Monet Winterscapes Medieval Sculpture Blue Hues All month long, celebrate the remarkable and vibrant stories of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora with Black History Month. Love is in the air with Valentine's Day less than two weeks away and we've got the Love gallery back in the mix with its romantic and elegant imagery that complements an intimate ambiance. Enjoy the beauty of winter and snow covered landscapes with Monet Winterscapes, a gallery dedicated to all the works with winter as their subject by the great Impressionist, Claude Monet. New...

WOODSWIMMER (Video)

WOODSWIMMER by Brett Foxwell. This just might be the coolest thing you'll see all week, and it's only Monday. It's made entirely/100%/completely from wood! The sequences are cross-sectional photographic scans of pieces of hardwood, burls and branches. We love the way that the wood comes back to life - constantly changing, morphing, and growing. Check it out below. Also, isn't "WoodSwimmer" the prefect name??   [embed]https://vimeo.com/196683500[/embed]...

NEWS: Now Streaming, January 2020

Happy New Year, everyone! New year, new content and new feature updates on the 2020 horizon.  We have been very hard at work developing some new features that we've been wanting to incorporate into the app for a while now and are hoping we can get those pushed out in the next couple of months. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve your experience as a user and if you have any feature requests you would like to see added, still don't hesitate to send them our way. In terms of new content, we've recently added several amazing new galleries across our various categories for you to stream that we'd like to share with you below  >> Winslow Homer Kamisaka Sekka Georges Seurat 19th Century Afghanistan Raphael's Almanac We love the work of Realist painter Winslow Homer so much that we've added two galleries of his - Winslow...

Five Favorites from Art Basel Miami 2019

The beginning of December was an absolute whirlwind for us as our team descended on Miami to check out what is arguably the best contemporary art fair in America, Art Basel Miami. This incredible art event takes place every first week in December and if you haven't heard about it before, this is definitely one art experience to put on your to-do list. Spread out over several days in and around South Beach, Art Basel hosts the artwork of nearly 4,000 artists from over 200 art galleries around the world. It's nothing short of overwhelming to try to squeeze in all of the exhibits and events that take place throughout the week, but even just being there is a fantastical feeling for any true art lover. Here were five of our favorite things from Art Basel 2019 and why we cannot wait to be there again next year. SCOPE Art Show SCOPE Art Show...

NEWS: Now Streaming, December 2019

December for us is one of the most magical months of the year for a lot of reasons. First is that we just got back from nine days in Miami for Art Basel, one of our favorite art shows in the world, where we met with incredible artists and enjoyed some pretty spectacular public installations. More on that soon. The second reason we love December is of course because the holidays are finally here and we wanted to make sure we shared with you some of our recommended galleries for enhancing the holiday spirit via your TV until the end of the month. Here are our gallery recommendations for December >> Holiday Kitsch Hanukkah Christmas Spirit Holidays New Years Eve Our newest holiday gallery to hit the app is Holiday Kitsch, a collection of vintage Christmas cards, satirical drawings and cartoons illustrating the season. Also new is our Hanukkah gallery, a celebration of...

ARTISTS WE LOVE: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

WHO: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec WHAT: Painter WHERE: France WHEN: 24 November 1864 – 9 September 1901 This legendary Post-Impressionist painter who would have been 155 today is hands down one of our favorites. His collection is a whirlwind of color and scenes from the wild side of late 19th century Paris and the famous Moulin Rouge. An aristocrat by blood, Toulouse-Lautrec's life was less than idyllic having been born with genetic disorder that ultimately led to the stunt of his growth (he was only 4 feet 8 inches) and the development of a terrible drinking problem by the time he reached his 30s. Nevertheless, he rose to recognition and ran with the likes of Van Gogh and Oscar Wilde. In his lifetime he created over 700 paintings and 5,000 drawings and you can stream some of his most well-known in our "Toulouse-Lautrec" gallery now. The painting featured at the top of this post is "At...

NEWS: Now Streaming, November 2019

We've made it through October and now with November, chillier weather and the holidays are on the horizon which means more time indoors. No better excuse to experiment with some new art for your TV and first up (and especially for this weekend), we recommend checking out our Dia de los Muertos gallery which was our Featured Gallery earlier this week. Here are a few other suggestions for galleries to stream this month >> Nadar's Empire of the Dead Across the Eras Claude Monet Jellies Thanksgiving Halloween may be over, but our gallery Nadar's Empire of the Dead is a spooky new addition to our History category comprised of some of the first photographs ever taken of Paris's notorious underground network of catacombs from the 1860s. By request, we've also added Across the Eras, a compilation of various art movements throughout history in one place from Classical to Abstract for those who...