The Gallery of Lost Art, Online Immersive Exhibition Examines 100 Years of Lost Art

The Gallery of Lost Art

The Gallery of Lost Art is a fascinating online exhibition about modern works of art that have disappeared, been destroyed, stolen, or otherwise lost forever. The immersive exhibition examines the lost works of over 40 20th century artists through archival photos, interviews, films, and other media. Curated by Tate and designed by digital studio ISO, the exhibition will end July 3, 2013.

Gallery of Lost Art

“Bent Propeller” by Alexander Calder (1970).

Destroyed at the World Trade Center during the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.