The pandemic has dragged us all into a world of social distancing and isolation. The physical absence of art is substituted by the virtual experience online. The mass-reproduction and mass-consumption of online images arrived at an unprecedented scale, which requires us to reflect on the question of originality, adaptability and dissemination of art. Many museums launched their online touring programs as well as art organizations' educational and exhibition projects on the internet. This research will discuss the impact of digital art especially in the time of the pandemic.