April 28, 2011

A new virtual gallery, art market & auction house for Australasia

Ocula co-founders Simon Fisher & Christopher Taylor

It's the art world, but not as we know it. The rise of the internet as a central place to research, buy and sell art continues with the launch this week of Ocula, a new online portal that offers collectors the chance to indulge in what is effectively an online art fair operating around the clock and 365 days a year.

Ocula co-founders Simon Fisher & Christopher Taylor (pictured) believe the site will act as a one-stop-shop for anyone interested in buying, selling or exploring contemporary and modern visual art.  Certainly, the list of founding partner galleries will assure users of the quality of the offerings on Ocula, with names such as Anna Schwartz Gallery, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Tolarno Galleries, Sutton Galleries and Michael Lett.

Don't miss the virtual galleries in the online auction area of Ocula. Created using world-leading 3D modelling technology this feature allows viewers to experience artworks as is they appeared in an actual gallery space.

1 comment:

  1. My roommate in college had one. I think he only had about 4 games for it though. I seem to remember some sort of 3D tetris that was a lot of fun, and I think I played the tennis one, but I can't recall any others.

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