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Realistic virtual tour of Daniel Crews-Chubb’s ‘Cave Continuum’

Those searching for a realistic virtual experience should head to artland.com, where a 3-D tour of Daniel Crews-Chubb’s “Cave Continuum” is readily available.

Art + tech lovers, celebrate.

Those searching for a realistic virtual experience should head to artland.com, where a 3-D tour of Daniel Crews-Chubb’s “Cave Continuum” is readily available.

Now on display at Timothy Taylor Gallery in New York City, Crews-Chubb’s paintings of abstract figures in animalistic distress can be examined from different angles and zoomed in on via VR technology.

This is actually the first New York exhibition of London-based artist Crews-Chubb, known for experimental collage paintings that mine the legacies of Art Brut, Arte Povera, and Abstract Expressionism, and interrogate the symbols and archetypes of art history.

“Cave Continuum” features nine new paintings and six drawings in which Crews-Chubb explores the possibilities of depth, texture and space in relation to the canvas.

Yeah, you say it’s not the same thing as standing in the actual gallery, but it’s pretty close.

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