By News Reporter
From Popular Contemporary Artists to Rising Stars,
LG OLED Ready to Light Up Truly Inspiring Works of Art
SEOUL, Oct. 15, 2021 — LG Electronics (LG) is kicking off a series of art initiatives in London as part of its “SELF-LIT” campaign featuring LG OLED technology. Opening this week, LG presents to the world a new genre of art, LG OLED Art, powered by the company’s self-lit LG OLED TV technology.
Consistent with LG’s philosophy, Art Inspires Technology, Technology Completes Art, the SELF-LIT Masterpiece and the SELF-LIT Museum feature the works of acclaimed artists beautifully displayed on LG’s most advanced OLED TVs to deliver realistic colors and textures via millions of self-lit pixels. With incredibly accurate color reproduction and infinite contrast, the artworks deliver the artists’ creative works exactly as intended with true-to-life colors and deep blacks for maximum immersion and realism.
The inaugural exhibition, LG OLED X : A History of Painting, will be on display at LG’s space during , one of the most influential international contemporary art fairs in the world. As the sole consumer electronics brand to exhibit at Frieze London, the LG-Hirst collaboration will feature extraordinary works from the artist exploring the creative potential of innovative technology and how it can be a powerful partner for new developments in digital art.
The exhibition features major works by the artist including paintings from his Kaleidoscope and Spin series alongside stunning self-lit digital reproductions and the artist’s NFT series displayed on LG’s premium OLED TVs. The world’s first rollable TV, LG SIGNATURE OLED R, as well as the stylish LG SIGNATURE OLED 8K and the art-inspired LG G1 Gallery Series will offer new perspectives on Hirst’s impressive artworks through their unmatched picture quality.
Also, until the end of this year, LG will expand its SELF-LIT project with the LUX, New Wave of Contemporary Art exhibition at at the heart of the city’s creative community. Leveraging OLED’s unique attributes, leading installation artists such as and will demonstrate their creativity using over 100 OLED products including LG TVs, signage solutions and transparent OLED displays, inviting visitors to experience mesmerizing visual art inspired by groundbreaking technologies.
Through a series of iconic exhibitions that seamlessly combine technology and art to complement one another, LG aims to deliver more enriching experiences to gallery-goers. Every digital artwork brought to life by LG OLED will be uploaded to the project as they are unveiled, so that art enthusiasts and OLED fans around the world can enjoy them anytime, anywhere.
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Dearcsir /madam I tried to change the location from general but I can see countirs like Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan,.... but no other countries at all
I want to United Arab Emirates pls help me to do
I have an LG OLED55B7A that has been rebooting randomly ever since I updated it to webOS 6.00.05 about 6 months ago. I have noted there is a new webOS version 6.00.20 available. Has anyone here had the same rebooting problem, and if so, did the latest webOS correct the issue?
In general, my setup has the LG tv doing as little as possible - it is simply a display for my Roku box via my AVR, as the TV's interface and apps slowly became completely unusable about a year after purchase. So, no ethernet, no WiFi, all services turned off, etc., and this helped with all of the performance issues, except the rebooting.
@LG tv if you ever read this - you have done a TERRIBLE job of managing the software on these TVs. webOS started off as a real alternative to all of the external set top boxes, but now, I will *never* *ever* buy another LG TV again, and I tell everyone I know to avoid them. Worst product management in the consumer electronics industry in the past 10 years.
Thanks fellow sufferers for any tips.
By Rob Infantino
We have two LG OLED TVs. WebOS appears differently on each. And we are able to download the Paramount+ app on one TV, but not on the other.
OLED65C7P (older) running software version 6.00.25
WebOS TV Version 3.9.0-62709
Does not allow the Paramount+ app to be installed
OLED65C9PUA (newer) running software version 5.10.25
WebOS TV Version 4.9.3-5340808
Allows the Paramount+ app to be installed
How can we get WebOS to appear the same on both TVs?
LG 42LB700V tv not corresponding to all the commands remote and intergrated. Also presents a yellow screen every 15 minutes for a couple of minutes or more. Cant go into menu for setting controls. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance
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I have setup a home network in Windows 10, I think it uses DLNA. I can play all the files from the computer or the USB stick in the router with no issue but the external subtitles (correctly named) are not working in my 65C9, only internal ones.
If I access the same files in the network from a computer, there is no problem and subtitles are shown, it's only the TV not displaying them.
Can someone help in how to make external subs work when played from a local network or what to check?
By Adam Slíva
I have recently bought new OLED55BX. But as soon as I've added channels through satelite tuner I cannot change order of them. I think I'm in right section, because the legend of buttons in the right bottom corner says "change number of channel", "move channel" and so on. But when I press any of these, error pops up saying "cannot change channels from 1 to 778" (probably all of I have found at tuning). If anyone knows how to repair this please help.
Thanks and Merry Christmas.
I'm interested in the OLED BX. I would like to know if it is compatible with a 5TB HDD (to be connected and fed through one of the TV USB port).
LG manuals recommend to connect up to 2TB storage HDDs but don't really state that higher capacity devices are not expected to work.
Then, I'm not sure how are things with DTS support. It seems that DTS decoding is no longer supported on the 2020 tv sets. But LG web page (updated 08/22/2020) titled "Support Video Playback File Type & Codec" still claims that "TV supports DTS audio codec when USB/HDMI video file playback offers it".
Can any of you shed some light on these ones?
Thank you so much.