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Explore the best 3D art, virtual world exhibits and museums in Second Life.
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Explore [[..DaRk TeArS..]], a unique art exhibit by JadeYu Fhang. More info at http://bit.ly/MdEnTJ.View this destination »
Visit David's Gallery, where rotating exhibitions from Second Life artists will be displayed on monthly basis.View this destination »
Kicca Igaly's Artwork Gallery is a multi-level exhibition of sculptures, prims paintings and immersive works from the acclaimed Italian artist.View this destination »
Mont Saint Bruno is a very old principality, founded in the 12th century by a monk named Bruno. In its mountains, you can still find the old Monastery, where, so the tales tell us, the Holy Grail of San Bruno must be located. Visit and feel the power of history, find some treasures, visit the nobles' villas and palaces or a church service at the Baroque Cathedral.View this destination »
Explore the works of real life painter and digital artist Layachi Hamidouche in this stunning art gallery. More info at http://membres.multimania.fr/hlayachi.View this destination »
Come visit the special Spansih-language exhibitions and learn more about art and culture at Casa de Canarias. More info: http://casadecanarias.net.View this destination »
Come to this old-fashioned theater in Caledon, where you'll find a variety of entertainment performed across multiple genres including musical, dramatical, rhetorical, terpsichorian, vaudevillian and burlesquian attractions under the personal direction of Miss Persephone Gallindo.View this destination »
Take a stroll down Kelly Yap's Artwalk, home of many fine galleries.View this destination »
Experience this virtual exhibition of a very special physical event. Imagine! A dark autumn night. Standing in an echoing Rotunda. The lights dim revealing a single, piercing, shaft of green laser. The line of light is moving, slowly scanning as it moves, caressing the surface of the building. Nothing can escape its gaze... you cannot escape.View this destination »
Dixmix Gallery features contemporary art by renowned Belgian photographer and artist Dixmix Source, as well as exhibitions of other artists' works from around the world. The photographs range from a celebration of the female form to internal/external landcapes both provocative and evocative.View this destination »
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