English artist Damien Hirst’s latest project, “The Currency”, is an artwork in two forms. Its physical form is 10,000 unique hand-painted A4 sheets covered in colourful dots. In the same way as paper money, each sheet includes a holographic image of Hirst, a signature, a microdot and – in place of a serial number – a small individual message.
Lehmann Maupin has announced an exclusive partnership with Gemini, becoming the first commercial gallery to accept crypto through the platform…. Read More
There remains, however, a much juicer target ripe for exploitation; the luxury products themselves need a “smart chip” of some sort in order to link the provenance of the physical item to its records on the blockchain.
We managed to catch a virtual chat (aren’t they all nowadays) with one of the most important players in the digital /NFT world An Rong Director of Art & Cultural program at SuperRare ahead of their exhibition Invisible Cities which opens today April 2nd on SuperRare, Decentraland and Hook Art.
SuperRare present Invisible Cities, a groundbreaking exhibition of NFT art curated by An Rong and Elisabeth Johs.
SuperRare present Invisible Cities, a groundbreaking exhibition of NFT art presented in a virtual gallery, curated by An Rong and Elisabeth Johs. Inspired by the pioneering text by Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities presents a digital exploration of the relationship between the visible and the invisible of our real and imagined cities from a distance and under close observation.
Today March 11th, 2021, will go down in art history, Christie’s have concluded its single lot online sale of Beeple’s Everydays: The First 5000 Days, achieving $69,346,250 and setting the third-highest price for a living artist at auction ever
The artist Ben Elliot is launching the first art cryptocurrency in 2021 named the Ben Elliot Token (BET)
The artist Ben Elliot is launching the first art cryptocurrency in 2021 named the Ben Elliot Token (BET).
What is blockchain and how will it transform education and research? Let’s ask that question a different way: What is education and how will it change as a result of blockchain and other technologies?
The Blockchain Art Exchange (BAE) was born out of a desire to make buying and selling art simple and accessible to all, profiting both the artist and the buyer.