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Curater by ACNE Brings Exclusive Art Exhibitions to Your Home

Stockholm-based ACNE, a creative-collective mostly known for its clothing company Acne

Stockholm-based ACNE, a creative-collective mostly known for its clothing company Acne Studios, has announced the launch of Curater. This will be the world’s first digital art exhibition system that showcases images of exclusive artwork from renowned artists in collaboration with various leading art institutions and curators around the world. The service will display 6-8 exhibitions per year through a high-definition and wireless LED canvases which can be displayed around your home to your liking. Fifty curater screens will be sent to random people who have signed up, with the first launch being expected within the year.

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