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Visit the ONE Collection

The ONE Collection

        PLEASE READ BEFORE VISITING THE EXHIBITIONS:


- As the exhibition are really VERY BIG and actual technologies are what they are, for a smooth experience, please allow a certain waiting time (at least ONE MINUTE - that's far less time consuming than queuing at the entrance of a physical museum and much more comfortable! Isn't it? - you need to see everything perfectly clear inside of the exhibition halls) before definitively entering in cliking on the exhibition pop-up window "Enter Exhibition".
- Then use quietly the arrows or your mouse to move around inside the exhibition. You can also, always depending on your system, click or double-click on the floor to the direct place where you want to go. (This option may not always be valid on your computer but it is easier to move around this way!).

From our own experience, mouse right clicking on the floor provides from far the more precise and smoothest way to move around the exhibition. Also use your mouse to make rotations and adjustment movements, the habit finally comes much faster than you think.
- At any time you can click on a work of art to get a close-up. The image is of perfect quality. Again, on some slow systems, it may take one or two seconds to sharpen the image.
- Having clicked on an artwork, you will see the possibility of complete information on this artwork - clicking on
i sign - and even the possibility to be redirected to the artist's website.
- You also have the possibility to have basic information at once, on each of the artworks, by simply pointing the arrow of your mouse on it without clicking.
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Moving around in a 3D environment can require a certain mastery that is easily obtained over time. The most elaborate 3D technologies have been used here, but they still require a little practice that you will quickly get used to.
- You can also, from the beginning, on  the exhibition pop-up window, opt for "Starting a Guided Tour". It makes loosing a lot of the charm to be free to "walk"  wherever you want and to take your time, but it is also a very easy way for persons not comfortable with technology.

We wish you the best experience!

OPENING

October 17, 2020

-The ONE Collection-

in New Exhibition Halls 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10

on more than 3000m2 of exhibition area

20 International Artists of the 5 Continents

Pelly Angelopoulou (Greece / Belgium) - Birdy Tg (France) - Julio Bittencourt (Brazil)- Hardijanto Budiman (Indonesia) Frank Chinea Inguanzo (USA) - DDiArte (Portugal) - Karine Degiorgis (France) - Igor Goryunov (Russia)
Robert Houzar (Czech republic) - Jean David Nkot (Cameroon) - André Perlstein (France) - Jean Podevin (France)
Hélène Planquelle (France) - Jan Pruski (Poland) - Paula Rosa (Portugal) - Wolfgang Stiller (Germany)
Jaya Suberg (Germany) - Tatsuo Suzuki (Japan) - Onni Wiljami (Finland)

The Art Collection of The ONE Museum is made up of a fine selection

among the best works of the  Permanent Artists of the Museum.

We are happy and proud to open it to the Public.

VERY IMPORTANT

- PLEASE READ BEFORE ENTERING THE EXHIBITION -

- As the exhibition is really VERY BIG and actual 3D technologies are what they are - even curently the best - for a smooth experience,

Please allow a certain waiting time (at least ONE MINUTE - that's far less time consuming than queuing up at the entrance of a physical museum and much more comfortable! Isn't it? - you need to wait until seeing everything perfectly sharp inside of the exhibition halls)

before definitively entering in cliking on the exhibition pop-up window "Enter Exhibition".

- if you cannot read this text in its full width on your computer screen, you absolutely need to reduce the size of the image in order to see the full text:
On Mac: Use Command - Minus Sign (-)
On PC: Use Ctrl - Minus Sign (-)

The ONE Museum Website has been optimzed for computers and large screens. This allows a comfort of navigation and visualization that tablets or smartphones cannot provide. We therefore recommend using as wide screens as possible and advise against smartphones and tablets whenever possible.

Thank you.

The entire content of The ONE Museum Website (Logos, Images, Photographs and Texts) can not be reproduced without the prior permission of its intellectual owner, The ONE Museum or the relevant Artist. Any infringement of property and copyrights would be immediately liable to legal proceedings before the competent courts. All rights reserved ©The One Museum 2020 ©Birdyland 2020.