Want to look like Mona Lisa? A new website turns your selfies into Leonardo da Vinci-style portraits
The Da Vinci Face platform uses using artificial intelligence and sophisticated algorithms to transform you into an Old Master
Art and crypto: a marriage made in Miami
As the mayor pledges to move Silicon Valley to the city, Art Basel in Miami Beach ramps up its NFT offerings
New app artpass ID promises art market due diligence in one click—but does it really work?
Artpass ID has been created by Dutch tech entrepreneurs David Dehaeck and Nathalie Haveman, and has Rakhi Talwar, former global compliance head at Christie’s, on the team
'Choose your unicorn: why angel investors are ploughing millions into art startups'
Tech-led art businesses are starting to attract venture capitalist funding, with the NFT platform MakersPlace recently gaining $30m investment
Anonymous peer-to-peer trading platform LiveArt Market launches with $5m of sales already—but how on earth does it work?
Buyers and sellers will never know each others identity when transacting through the online site, but its founders say such privacy encourages trust and transparency
Robots and submarines: France's new state-of-the-art ship is a game changer for marine archaeology
Big enough to cross the Atlantic, the high-tech research vessel Alfred Merlin ushers in a new era for French underwater heritage
Pushing the envelope: new technology reads 300-year-old letter without opening it
X-rays and computer algorithms preserve the complicated technique of letterlocking, which turn writing paper into envelope
Fast forward: revamped Australian Centre for the Moving Image promises a high-tech experience
The Melbourne museum of screen culture reopens with a contactless device that allows visitors to curate virtual collections
Raphael Cartoons are ready for their close-up on V&A website
High-resolution images of Renaissance treasures go online, revealing the tiniest details of Raphael’s creative process
Chicago galleries eat up restaurant reservation app to buoy business
After a months-long shut down of in-person visits, a group of dealers have turned to online reservation systems initially built to support restaurants
Digital Benin: a milestone on the long, slow journey to restitution
When British troops plundered the Royal Palace of Benin in the 19th century, at least 3,000 objects were dispersed internationally. A new online database is bringing them together
AI you ready for this? Bucharest Biennale to be curated by artificial intelligence called Jarvis
The 2022 edition will exist in virtual reality and use data harvested from universities, galleries and art centres to select artists
Extended reality: what future do AR and VR offer the art world?
Potential of new digital technologies comes to the fore as 5G connectivity expands and specialist equipment becomes more user-friendly
Is the future of the art market online?
Can new tech recreate the hand of an Old Master?
Google unlocks prehistoric art of France’s Chauvet cave
One of the world's oldest rock art sites is now accessible through virtual reality
Uffizi wins legal battle against 'cybersquatter' owner of Uffizi.com domain name
The unofficial websites were used to sell tickets to the Florentine museum at inflated prices
Heritage on the edge: new Google project reveals climate change damage to Unesco sites
Digital visualisations gathered for online exhibit will be a “blueprint” for heritage managers planning climate adaptation in the future
Reality check: is VR set to revolutionise museums?
With the Louvre revealing its virtual reality Mona Lisa, museums ponder the power of tech experiences
Ancient cities rise again: Introducing virtual archaeology
Technology developed by a California-based firm has made it possible to walk through vanished sites.
A crisis of faith: is Big Data the art world’s new religion?
The rise of Big Data means that connoisseurship is being replaced by "intel", which has far-reaching implications for the art world
Get the app and the church door will open to you
How often on our walks do we get to an enticing old church, only to find that it’s locked? Mobile phones provide the 'open sesame'
Paris digital art venue Atelier des Lumières is a hit, and expanding abroad
French museums operator Culturespaces has launched a space in South Korea and is planning another in Bordeaux in 2020
Marina Abramovic to make digital appearance at London's Serpentine Galleries
Performance using cutting-edge Magic Leap One device is world first
Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery develops blockchain app to bring Russian art to the world
Digital initiative will invite users to explore and sponsor more than 190,000 works in the collection
We must not let the art market hoodwink us in the AI debate
The AI work that was sold at Christie's is profound in its conservatism, but others reflect how the technology can impact on art in fascinating ways
Victoria and Albert Museum brings Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks to life online
New technology allows novices and scholars to zoom in on the artist’s sketches and notes
Facebook censors artist's work criticising male-dominated society because it features naked breasts
The social media giant also deleted her comments and friends
After a year-long journey in the California desert, Desert X's art rover Shybot is found
The missing and crowd averse work has been recovered in Palm Springs, a bit banged up but otherwise intact
Will blockchain deliver a registry of all traded works of art?
Christie’s summit weighs up pros and cons of the technology and how it might bring greater transparency to the art market