Quick Look: Biennale Way
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Biennale Way. The developer describes Biennale Way as a free interactive personal guide that makes the journey through the immense world of contemporary art easy and enjoyable. Each guide is distinguished by its individual style and is created by a guest designer. The holographic Biennale Way Venice is designed by Tom Tosseyn, avangarde Moscow Issue is the work of artist Protey Temen.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Biennale Way

Biennale Way

Biennale Way

Biennale Way

About the App

Here are the top six features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • A personal art tour starting from the user’s current location
  • Short interviews with curators of the exhibitions, highlighting the main ideas and goals behind the featured projects
  • Recommended routes from THE JULY 16, including suggestions from high-profile art-professionals and insiders
  • Comprehensive information about the exhibitions and its authors and participants
  • A possibility to make and store personal photo and video experiences of the exhibitions. One is able to create a personal folder organizing information about the tour, such as favorite shows or artists’ names
  • A multilingual guide which also speaks Russian

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.

Price: Free

Developer: The July 16

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