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Escape Pod by Jonathan Monaghan. Powered by Niio.Art

 

Samsung Electronics is today announcing its partnership with Niio.Art, a US-based company that offers access to the highest quality digital art from thousands of leading contemporary artists and galleries. This collaboration pairs Samsung’s top-tier displays with Niio.Art, the world’s leading digital art platform, and thus realizes best-in-class presentation of premium digital artworks.

 

Until recently, the world lacked a comprehensive solution for displaying multi-format, rights-managed digital art that was made to be viewed on a screen. Samsung’s new partnership allows users of Tizen-enabled Samsung commercial displays to subscribe to pre-curated art programs, purchase individual pieces or even upload their own art, simply by downloading the Niio.Art player app.

 

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Cezanne Unfixed by Joe Hamilton. Powered by Niio.Art

 

By engaging viewers with meaningful and eye-catching digital art, the partnership between Samsung and Niio.Art is set to inspire people in new ways. The collaboration establishes a versatile platform through which users can quickly and easily elevate the design of any space – from corporate and retail spaces to food & beverage, hospitality and healthcare providers and luxury homes.

 

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Camouflage by Quayola. Powered by Niio.Art (top left) / Cezanne Unfixed by Joe Hamilton. Powered by Niio.Art (top right) / Walking Seasons by Alex McLeod. Powered by Niio.Art (Bottom left) / Streams of Flowers Set No. 2 by Ronen Tanchum. Powered by Niio.Art (Bottom right)

 

“Samsung is constantly looking for new ways to allow businesses to engage customers while remaining true to their core values,” said Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Samsung’s Visual Display Business. “Whether it be a corporate meeting room, hotel lobby or retail store, this partnership with Niio.Art will allow users to transform their spaces with stunning, versatile digital canvases that display the very best in digital art.”

 

Niio.Art believes that everywhere there is a screen, there is an opportunity for art to move people. The Niio.Art platform features more than 15,000 artworks by 6,000 different artists and galleries from across 82 countries. It permits artists to upload, manage and self-publish pieces of digital art that consumers can then access in their own curated discovery areas and view on anything from a 100-inch screen to a one-inch digital watch. Niio markets directly to individuals who are seeking new experiences, and businesses and municipalities who want to transform their spaces.

 

“There is a global explosion of interest in the power of experiencing art digitally. Niio’s partnership with Samsung will enable millions to be uplifted by the presence of our 6,000-plus artists on their stunning, high-resolution displays,” said Rob Anders, CEO of Niio. “Artists know that we are a trusted platform that represents their interests, which assures that we will always be able to connect the world to the very best creations of the artistic imagination.”

 

The Niio.Art Offering will be showcased on Samsung displays across global showrooms and at select exhibitions.

 

To learn more about the partnership between Samsung and Niio.Art, please visit: http://displaysolutions.samsung.com/partners/strategic-partners/niio.

 

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▲ An example of the Samsung x Niio partnership in a hotel lobby (No Longer Dead by Jonathan Monaghan, Found Rock, Taliesin West #44, Float by Dev Harlan)

 

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▲ Aucuba Expanded by Pascual Sisto. Powered by Niio.Art

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