Last updated: June 15, 2010 - 8:35am
The Guggenheim Museum has announced that a new exhibition will come from YouTube. YouTube Play, which launched Monday, is a partnership between the video site and the renowned art museum. It invites users to submit their short creative videos. The top 20, chosen by a jury of professional artists, will be on view this fall at Guggenheim museums around the world.
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