V21 Artspace was founded in 2017 in Nottingham, UK by Claire Cutts and Joe Clark to support the arts and culture sector.
V21 Artspace use a mixture of innovative technologies to capture real-time exhibitions and museums to produce interactive 3D Virtual Tours for showcasing exhibitions and museums online and providing a digital solution for accessibility, archiving, audience development and engagement.
Additionally in 2020 V21 Artspace introduced a bespoke 3D Virtual Gallery platform, providing an alternative for when a physical space is not a viable option for showcasing an exhibition, creating a CGI gallery from design concepts by curators and artists, V21 Artspace works closely with their clients to create in CGI a fully immersive 3D Virtual Gallery environment.
V21 Artspace also presents many of their 3D Virtual Exhibitions on v21artspace.com, a free to access archive of 3D Virtual Exhibitions and Museum Spaces, which enjoys a global audience from over 135 countries.
V21 Artspace works with clients including including the mega gallery Hauser & Wirth and other institutions including the Arts Council Collection, British Council, La Biennale di Venezia, Nottingham Contemporary, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Longside Gallery at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, WWF-UK, World Photography Organisation, Firstsite, National Justice Museum, National Trust, British Library, Derby Museums Trust, Pitt Rivers Museum, Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia, S1 Artspace and American Hardwood Export Council at The Design Museum.
A business with humble beginnings paired with a global outlook, V21 Artspace has expanded to facilitate regular 3D Virtual Exhibition projects in London, New York, Virginia, Los Angeles, Zürich, St Moritz, Menorca, Monaco, Hong Kong with a focus on sustainability and increasing access to art and culture for all audiences.