Samsung frequently keeps adding more art pieces to its Art Store for The Frame TV lineup. Yesterday, the company announced that it is adding more art photography to its art collection via a partnership with YellowKorner. Users can now choose from an extensive collection of photographs from world-class and emerging artists.
YellowKorner is a photography collective that is headquartered in France and was founded in 2006. It operates over 130 galleries across the world in 25 countries and works with some of the best artists of this generation. The art-house offers more than 3,000 limited-edition and certified prints, and they will be available on The Frame TV’s Art Store.
As a part of this partnership, The Frame TV will be displayed in a few YellowKorner art galleries in France. Visitors will can check out The Frame TV and get more information about it via a QR code. Samsung and YellowKorner will also hold art exhibitions in Paris “with the goal of democratizing art photography.”
The Frame TV uses a QLED panel with support for HDR10+ and 100% color volume. It runs Tizen OS and has access to various music and video streaming apps, including Samsung TV+. It also features Alexa, Bixby, and Google Assistant. It supports SmartThings and Samsung Health services as well. It is available in a wide range of sizes, starting from 32 (Full HD) inches and going up to 85 inches (4K).
Jongsuk Chu, Executive Vice President and Head of Europe Office at Samsung Electronics, said, “The partnership with YellowKorner signifies the increasing presence of The Frame’s Art Store as one of the leading art platforms around the world. We hope that this partnership will continue to provide our consumers an easy and accessible point of entry to experience their favorite artwork.”
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