Daata Partners With International Galleries To Establish New Video Platform




Daata has launched a new public platform for galleries to showcase and sell video art online via the Daata website.

We’ve always been committed to showcasing a broad and exciting range of digital artworks – David Gryn

Galleries at Daata have curated a selection of artist videos from a broad range of international galleries. They are available to view and buy in one place, year-round by a global audience. The group of launch galleries includes: Hauser & Wirth, Goodman Gallery, Peres Projects and Simone Subal.

If you don’t know already, Daata is an exciting platform for commissioning, streaming and collecting video artworks. The new platform launches Galleries at Daata partnering with galleries worldwide hosted on daata.art. The new service supports both emerging and established galleries in connecting with existing clients and reaching new audiences with an interest in artist video.

DAATA Jen_DeNike_Dumb Bells_Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi.jpg

Daata Jen DeNike Dumb Bells Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi

From Australia to Estonia, London to Los Angeles, Galleries at Daata showcases video artwork from galleries across the world in one place year-round 24/7. The inaugural group of galleries, which will be expanded by invitation, is Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles); Anna Schwartz (Melbourne); Cavalo (Rio de Janeiro); Edel Assanti (London); Galerie Maria Bernheim (Zurich); Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg, Cape Town, London); Hauser & Wirth (Zurich, New York, Los Angeles, London, Somerset, St Moritz, Hong Kong); Helsinki Contemporary (Helsinki); Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects (New York); Maccarone (Los Angeles); Monique Meloche (Chicago); Parafin (London); Peres Projects (Berlin); Salon 94 (New York); Simon Lee (London, Hong Kong, New York); Simone Subal (New York); Societe (Berlin); Stevenson (Cape Town, Johannesburg); Temnikova & Kasela (Tallinn); and Workplace (Gateshead).

Founded in 2015, Daata commissions original, digital artworks by established and emerging artists, allowing users to stream or download high-quality digital artworks on any device. Galleries at Daata now enables partner galleries to upload and sell their own artist video works, which join more than 440 artworks already available on the site. Confirmed artists whose work will be available via Galleries at Daata include Trulee Hall, Petra Cortright, Bunny Rogers, Donna Huanca, Tabita Rezaire and Martin Creed.

Flo Kasearu_International Fun_Courtesy of the artist and Temnikova & Kasela

Flo Kasearu International Fun Courtesy of the artist and Temnikova & Kasela

Daata Founder and Director David Gryn says: “We’ve always been committed to showcasing a broad and exciting range of digital artworks by contemporary artists to our growing online audience. Galleries at Daata enriches our offer for visitors to the site whilst creating an important new sales outlet for galleries – an online shop window optimised for artist video with a global audience and open year-round.”
Daata is currently offering a 3-month free subscription allowing new users to access Daata TV, stream artist video and create their own playlists. For more information, visit daata.art.

Daata commissions original, digital artworks by established and emerging artists, allowing you to stream or download high-quality digital artworks on any device. Founded in 2015 by David Gryn, Daata is the leading platform for digital artworks. Through four avenues – Daata Editions, Daata Streaming, Daata TV and Galleries at Daata – we offer hundreds of original, digital works by an ever-growing portfolio of contemporary artists.

Top Photo: Trulee Hall – Boob Dance -2018 Photo Courtesy Daata and the artist Maccarone LA

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