As authorities around the world impose lockdowns measures, art fairs, auction houses and galleries are increasingly beginning to experiment with online solutions that could help them develop sustainable business models. Could coronavirus be the catalyst that will entice the art world to permanently move online?
Instagram is the world’s most talked-about new art dealer, whose influence on the art market continues to grow every year. Social media channels were once used to purchase affordable artworks, but today even big art collectors buy art online. Follow these tips to learn how to buy artwork on Instagram.
Collecting International Art is now easier than ever - with the development of the internet and intercontinental transportation, global artworks are more accessible and affordable. In this blog post, we will explore top priorities and concerns connected to global art acquisitions.
The art market is in constant change, but even in this ever-changing landscape, it’s possible to distinguish several relevant trends that are here to stay. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at 4 exciting trends that we believe, will shape the future of art.
The invention of cryptocurrency has inspired artists from all over the globe to create new, exciting types of art: crypto-inspired art and crypto-collectibles. In case you missed this important milestone in art history, we’re here to remind you of a few art pieces that wouldn’t exist without cryptocurrencies.
Digital art encompasses a wide variety of artworks that involve the use of digital technology in its creation or presentation process or both. The invention of computers, tablets, and other digital technologies have revolutionized the way art is made and exhibited.
Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are slowly infiltrating every part of our lives. And art gallery business is not an exception. The invention of the blockchain has led to the creation of various cryptocurrencies, digital currencies that are stored and distributed via the blockchain.
While art forgery is a persistent problem since the Renaissance, it seems that now there's a new technology that can put an end to it, once and for all. Blockchain art provenance is a technology that's reinventing art provenance, adapting it to the new digital age and new forms of art.
Art and technology have developed a love-hate relationship with the rise of the internet. While this means greater access to art, it also means true art is cheapened in the face of a flood of copies. Blockchain technology could change that. In this article, we’ll look at the ways blockchain is helping art to change.
Instagram has been making waves in the art world recently, but are they just temporary blips in the ocean, or should we be looking at social media as a tsunami about to change the art world? Using Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest to find artworks is pretty commonplace but is it worth the effort for artists?