Samsung The Frame TV partners with the Leeum Museum of Art

Samsung has announced that it will bring new artwork from the Leeum Museum of Art to its Samsung The Frame TV.

A number of works of art will be available on the Samsung The Frame TV at the Leeum Museum of Art.

The partnership between Samsung Electronics and the Leeum also plays an important role in the continued unification of art and technology. Thanks to the fact that the works held by the museum are included in The Frame, users can now view them not only outside the museum, but across the world. As Korean culture continues to gain popularity and spread to new countries, the introduction of this collection on the Art Store opens up new opportunities for users around the world to experience the beauty of traditional Korean art. .

Curators have spent a great deal of time and effort selecting a collection that highlights the art and aesthetics of Korean art to display on The Frame. For this reason, viewers can now enjoy beautiful patterns on metal, subtly colored pottery and vibrant paintings from the comfort of their own homes.

“Technology allows visitors to appreciate the finer details of a work of art – whether it is an image, text or a voice – that they never could. -be not noticed before, ”said Lee. “As technologies continue to develop, our appreciation and understanding of art will expand beyond what we could have imagined.”

You can find out more details about this partnership between Samsung and the Leeum Museum of Art at Samsung at the link below. The new illustration is now available on the Samsung Art Store.

Source Samsung

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