Art and Technology Merge: Silicon Valley Hosts Exhibition Featuring AI-Generated Art


It’s no secret that the potential of Digital Art is enormous. A new generation of artists continues to find new uses for this technology.

London’s Lebenson Gallery has partnered with MORF Gallery in San Jose and Hollywood, California, to co-found the AI ​​art exhibition Deep. Deepe’s goal was to become a permanent platform for a diverse range of progressive artists to showcase their most ambitious AI-generated artworks through a series of exhibitions in renowned art venues around the world.

The first show took place during Frieze in October 2021 in Shoreditch, London. Deep 2 took place in 2022 in Silicon Valley, Deep 3 in 2023 in Europe. Deep 4 will take place in 2024 in Asia.

Silicon Valley has a large number of digital art museums. We offer a short guide from our editors to the best of them.

3-D Space

Stereoscopic imaging has a very rich history that dates back to the 19th century. 3-D SPACE founder Eric Kurland has over twenty years of experience in connecting the public to the 3-D community. The inspiration for this center began in 2012. The work of many talented artists, photographers and filmmakers who have used the medium of 3-D as their creative tool, is celebrated in this museum.

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience – Los Angeles

A 360° digital art exhibition in Los Angeles invites you to plunge into the universe of the Dutch genius Vincent Van Gogh. The new Van Gogh Experience Museum opened in Los Angeles last summer, showcasing the impressionist’s work like never before. Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has come to Silicon Valley, presenting the artist’s work in unexpected ways through 360-degree projections, lighting, and virtual reality. After famous runs in cities like New York, DC, Seattle, and even across the pond in London and Brussels, the multi-sensory experience is now coming to Los Angeles! Every detail of the artist’s works is magnified, taking you on a journey through Van Gogh’s thoughts and dreams.

Flutter Experience

Located five minutes from LACMA in Los Angeles, Flutter is a completely unique experience. During your 90-minute private tour, you’ll experience art like never before. Flutter is an interactive art exhibition that inspires joy. Get ready for an immersive sensory journey with projection mapping, painting, and dancing.

Flutter is rated as the number one art experience in the USA. The has brought incredible contemporary artists together to transform rooms into spaces that will inspire you to play, create, imagine, and explore.

Lighthouse Los Angeles

Lighthouse Immersive has revolutionized the way people experience art with immersive blockbusters that have sold millions of tickets, including Immersive Van Gogh, Immersive Disney Animation, Immersive Frida Kahlo, Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night, the cutting-edge dance show Touch and Immersive Monet. and Impressionists. Combining art, music, and cutting-edge technology, Lighthouse Immersive continues to deliver innovative experiences in North America and around the world.

Icons of Darkness

Icons of Darkness is an absolutely fantastic museum full of screen-used movie costumes and props. Here, visitors can find a great diversity of art: from horror to Sci-Fi to everything in between. Definitely, it`s a must-see for any digital art fan.


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