The Rothko Panoramic Tour: A New Way to See Art

This really caught my eye…

If you didn’t make it to the Mark Rothko exhibition at the Tate Modern (and chances are you didn’t), then you can still see it virtually. As you’ll see, the Tate Modern has created a fantastic web site that lets you take a panoramic tour of the Rothko collection. Once you enter the tour here, you should switch into full screen mode (look toward the bottom of screen), then use the arrows and your mouse to move around. You can move from room to room, and zoom in on various paintings. Quite the way to see an exhibition if you can’t make a long journey.

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