Tate: The Gallery of Lost Art

The stories behind lost art.

Published on Jul 05, 2012

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Beautiful work from Tate, 'The Gallery of Lost Art' tells the stories behind the works of art that have been lost or stolen. In CSI-style shots, the virtual exhibition explores the records of artwork that disappeared, and presents the evidence behind how it happened. Through films, interviews and images, visitors can explore the works of art of Marcel Duchamp, Joan Miro and Willem de Kooning, among others. Digital studio ISO designed the site, in collaboration with Channel 4 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council


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