Source: Maddox Gallery.
As 2021 saw the art world embrace technology with the rise of NFTs and digital art, experts are predicting that 2022 will see a return to representation. Here’s why. Read more
Source: The Art Newspaper.
New York-based advocacy group Don’t Delete Art’s comprehensive tips on how to comply with social media platforms’ rules on art include advice from Facebook and Instagram staff.
The art world is no longer controlled by art dealers, galleries and curators. Thanks to non-fungible tokens (NFTs), anyone can now find and buy investment-grade artworks in a matter of clicks.
As acceptance of digital art grows, there is also a need to validate quality and recognize artists who explore radical ideas and achieve creative breakthroughs.
BE OPEN Art is happy to announce that Carlos Rodisnel Rodríguez, visual artist from Cuba, has been voted the Artist of the Month by the visitors of art.beopenfuture.com