Samsung and The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York, USA, are partnering to bring 38 artworks to the Samsung Art Store, according to The Verge. The Met’s treasures from various departments, selected by the Samsung Art Store curator Daria Greene, will now be accessible to users of Samsung’s The Frame TVs. According to the company, these are “some of the Museum’s most treasured works of art”.
This digital marketplace transforms TVs into digital picture frames, boasting around 2,600 artworks by renowned artists worldwide. Art enthusiasts can set these works as wallpapers on The Frame TV, enhancing their home décor. Access is available through monthly or yearly subscriptions priced at $4.99 and $49.90, respectively. This collaborative effort seeks to elevate the cultural experience for viewers, offering a diverse range of artistic expressions. Currently, Samsung Art Store operates in 44 countries, and this partnership extends its collection with masterpieces from The Met’s American Wing, Asian Art, Egyptian Art, European Paintings, Islamic Art, and more. It’s a fusion of technology and art that enriches homes worldwide.
What subscribers gain from the Samsung and the Met partnership
Subscribers gain access to over 2,300 artworks, collaborating with global art entities. Famous artworks at home like Degas’ “Ballet Onstage,” Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers,” and Cézanne’s “Still Life.” Other artworks accessible are the Egyptian eye amulet and medieval marvels, including “The Unicorn Rests in a Garden.” Japanese and American art, such as Hokusai’s “Mannen Bridge”. Leutze’s “Washington Crossing the Delaware” is also a work that’s available in the Samsung art store. Samsung boasts the largest TV art gallery. Frame TVs offer innovation with matte displays, customizable bezels, and a vast art collection. Available in sizes from 32 to 85 inches, maintaining compatibility with previous models and delivering exceptional picture quality. An auto-rotating mount suits vertical artwork or photography lovers. Expect Samsung’s latest TV innovations at CES 2024.
This partnership promises a captivating and culturally enriching home entertainment experience.
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