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.
Freeports are a popular solution for art buyers today. They are located in duty-free zones outside of anybody's jurisdiction and anybody's tax bills. Tax benefits are the number one reason why many collectors opt for keeping their art in freeports, but there are many other advantages freeports offer to their users.
In an attempt to attract the new generations of millennials, companies are redesigning their office spaces to boost productivity and unlock creativity while keeping the employees in high spirit. And what better way to turn your office space into a trendy haven for your employees, than with a splash of art?
Technology is advancing at an unfathomable rate, and as we enter 2018, those industries which fail to recognize the digital age are losing their share of the commercial pie. Digitalization has touched all industries and art is not an exception. Will new technologies change how we look at art in the XXI century?
Art historians have a word for every art movement in the past. However, do we know what kind of art style is pulsing right now? What does define the art world in the 21st century?
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