Douglas Gordon, Hélène Grimaud,
tears become... streams become... Park Avenue Armory, 2014


Sarah Sze,
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, 2015

360˚ Interactive Virtual Reality Tours

We can help raise the power of your engagements beyond static 2-D installation shots by capturing the complete visual environment of your 1-time exhibitions. 

● Provide audiences with an immersive experience, anytime, from anywhere. 

● Keep audiences entertained and on your site. Viewers can navigate as if they’re there  - move between rooms, zoom and pan, all at their own pace.  

● Inspire audiences to visit your shows in person.  360's are proven to spur viewers to see an exhibition/site up close.

● Ensure audiences can view all your 1-time exhibitions, for all time. 

● Stay competitive with peers and up-to-date with core tech savvy audiences. 

● Create additional key content - 360° tours of studios, homes, collections; site-specific installations; architecture sites.

 

 

 

 

To View other TPI 360 Panoramic Tours, click on image thumbnails below.

Jeff Koons, Gagosian Gallery, 2013

Jeff Koons, Gagosian Gallery, 2013

Kazuo Shiraga, Mnuchin Gallery, 2015

Kazuo Shiraga, Mnuchin Gallery, 2015

Julian Schnabel, View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, Gagosian Gallery, 2014

Julian Schnabel, View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, Gagosian Gallery, 2014

Alexander Calder, Multum in Parvo, Dominique Levy Gallery, 2015

Alexander Calder, Multum in Parvo, Dominique Levy Gallery, 2015

Richard Mosse, The Enclave, Ireland Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2013

Richard Mosse, The Enclave, Ireland Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2013

Robert Indiana, Beyond Love, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2014

Robert Indiana, Beyond Love, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2014

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