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Can .art domain give the art business an online boost?

Published on Sunday 12th of March 2017 08:00:19 AM in Guardian

London’s Institute of Contemporary Art adopted the new .Art suffix last week, a sign that the art and culture business may at last be starting to come to terms with its future in the digital realm.The hip arts organisation ditched its fusty ica.org.uk web domain for ...

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