The world's first digital art museum is spreading its charm
Like any other museum in the world, there are no maps in this museum, there is no description of any artwork, no artwork can be given to art, nor any such warning message.
And to say the Jurassic, there is nothing in this museum that means artwork in the traditional sense. It is said to be the world's first digital art museum.
The museum has recently been opened to everyone in Tokyo, Japan. Soon after entering, visitors entered the other world.
The museum, which has a population of over one lakh square feet, has 50 gallop kaleidoscopic installations. To make the digital art attractive, the light has been used surprisingly.
The Museum Gallery's Kuch-Black Wall, an amazingly enchanting environment.
The museum has an entry fee of $ 29 for children and $ 9 for children. Tea arrangements are also available for tired visitors to see the artwork.
Artistic tea is available in the museum for four and a half dollars. As long as there is a cup of tea, you will see that the flowers in different colors!