New York, New York – On Thursday, April 14th, New York start-up Art Intelligence will release 4 new iPhone apps featuring artists Keith Haring, Seydou Keïta, Patricia Piccinini, and Cindy Sherman.
*The best way to experience art on your phone*
The new Art Intelligence app combines high-level design with touch technology to provide users with a totally new way to experience art on a mobile device.
Users can browse galleries, explore visual biographies, and scroll through interactive timelines.
It’s what 21st Century art, culture, and education should look like.
*Meet the artists*
Get into the groove of the 80s with pop-art activist Keith Haring.
Explore the people of Bamako, Mali in the 1950s with portrait photographer Seydou Keïta.
Discover a brave new world of bio-tech baby love with Patricia Piccinini.
Investigate the masks, myths, and media roles of women since 1975 with Cindy Sherman.
Why Art Intelligence now?
“Touch technology has changed how we interact with art, culture, and each other,” says Bridget L. Goodbody, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Art Intelligence. “Next generation need to be both digitally and visually literate, if they want to participate in the new creative economy. They need access to the entire world of art where we are most likely to find them—their phones.”
About Art Intelligence:
Art Intelligence is a SaaS-based publishing platform that enables universities, museums, art galleries and the like to easily build their own mobile art-centered apps so they can put world-class art into the hands of world-wide audiences.
Art Intelligence was founded in 2011 by Bridget L. Goodbody, Ph. D., a former art history professor (Columbia, Rutgers, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong) and art critic (New York Times).
You can learn more about Art Intelligence on our website: www.artintelligence.com