The Infinite Art Museum is a free, permanent virtual reality museum and archive of art. Explore a growing collection of over 600 original paintings, illustrations and photographs from artists around the world.
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Apr 5, 2019

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Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then you should wait to see if the game progresses further in development. Learn more

What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Our goal is to create an artist-driven VR gallery that automatically adds new art as it is submitted. We also plan to enable users to curate and share their own custom levels. These features will take some time to achieve and until we do we would like to make the IAM available as an Early Access application. There may be further volumes of the IAM and all new functionality will be applied to all of them.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Currently we expect the Infinite Art Museum to be in Early Access for about two years. This is an estimate however and things could move faster or slower than that.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full version of the Infinite Art Museum will allow users to take works from anywhere in the IAM to create and curate their own gallery as well as to Search and bookmark art in order to make navigating the IAM easier as it grows.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Currently users have access to three Special Collections of art and five levels containing over 500 original works of art. Users can navigate forward and backward through levels or go directly to any level or collection from the "Level 0" welcome area. Locomotion is either teleportation or arm-swing "walking." You can snap rotate by pressing the menu button.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The Infinite Art Museum will always be free.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Artists are involved in the development process through a dedicated Discord server. We will be looking into the community building features of Steam and possibly starting a separate Discord server for users. We will also be trying to involve our social media communities on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.”
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April 30

IAM Special Collection: Utage Hanami - Works in Retrospect

It is my pleasure to present the second IAM Special Collection - over fifty paintings by the Japanese artist Utage Hanami, a Japanese artist living in Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan.

Hanami-san paints lush, impressionistic visions of Japan and particularly the Japanese countryside. This is the world I have lived in for more than ten years. He sees the same wind blowing through trees and the same sleeping winter cherry trees that I do and he recreates them with so much love and such a deep understanding that I would unhesitatingly show his paintings to anyone who wants to understand my personal experience in Japan.

If you are in Japan and have any opportunity to do so, I urge you to visit the Takken Civil Art Exhibition Hall in Aomori City from May 10th to 12th to see Hanami-san's works in person. As of today, May 1st, I'm also very proud to present his pieces in the Infinite Art Museum.
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April 18

IAM Special Collection: Davey Jose - Living with Spinal Cord Injury

Infinite Art Museum Special Collections are custom levels in the IAM that focus on the work of one artist. These collections either showcase a large collection of work or reproduce an installation at a traditional gallery.

We are excited to share our first Special Collection - the VR debut of:

Living with Spinal Cord Injury

This show just completed it's opening day at the National Spinal Injuries Center in Stoke Mandeville and I'm excited to be working with Davey to make the collection permanently available in the Infinite Art Museum's first Special Collection.

Davey himself has been living with a serious spinal cord injury from a very young age. This collection of paintings explores that experience in a powerful and important way. The pieces are beautiful and an intense reminder of the physicality of life. "Living with Spinal Cord Injury" isn't only about people with spinal cord injury - it's a message that our bodies are complicated and delicate constructs that, whatever their strengths or failings, we depend on for life.

For more information on the motivation behind the series visit:
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About This Game

The Infinite Art Museum is building a collection of art bigger than the Louvre - a free, permanent virtual reality museum open to all artists. Our mission is to create a growing and enduring home for art in VR that is accessible to everyone.

Explore paintings, illustrations and photography from creators all over the world with more joining every week. We will be adding Special Collections and new artists to this and further volumes as the IAM grows.

Visit the Infinite Art Museum website to learn more about our artists and how to support or contribute art to the IAM.

Number of IAM Artists: 50
Number of Original Works: 600

Special Collections
  • Davey Jose
  • Utage Hanami

Level One
  • Sreerag Praful
  • Tim Robinson
  • Naiane Pereira
  • Chelsea Baker
  • Katarina Meglic
  • Romer Kitching
  • Nataliia Orlova
  • Frank Loria
  • Athina Kilimantzou
  • Richard King

Level Two
  • K. Alagupandian
  • Galina Ivanova
  • Dinesh Rm
  • Ivan Balyasnikov
  • Brett Polonsky
  • Jessica Hamilton
  • J. Saxton
  • Muneeswaran

Level Three
  • Gabrielle Warr
  • Amy Woods
  • Victoria Shone
  • Olaf Wischnewski
  • Wyatt Wurtenberger
  • Abstract Jer
  • Tracy Watt
  • Simone Silva
  • Rosi Galvan
  • Kyle Tristan Completo
  • Alexandr Kryushyn
  • Arunovn

Level Four
  • Marina Sutter
  • Godfrey Meyer III
  • Valentine Louafi
  • Dhanashree Manjare
  • Sarah Turner
  • Fiona Donnevert
  • Jeremy Hughel
  • Simon Hagberg

Level Five
  • Robert Parkinson
  • Victor Fitzsimons
  • Sandy Young
  • Matthew Evans
  • Mario Fegan
  • Olena Vertsanova
  • J Christian S
  • Brenda Wilson

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System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 SP1+
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 (AMD FX 8350) or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 (AMD Radeon R9 290) or better
    • Storage: 3 GB available space

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