Blockchain technology’s draw as a decentralized system gears it to be the next most influential technological development after social media. To guide you in this emerging new world, Taipei Dangdai selects ten keywords about NFT art that you need to know.
Art fairs are arenas where multiple galleries compete, not only attracting collectors but also constructing a networking ground for professional curators and art advisors. If you are looking for a shortcut in the journey of collecting, a stimulating conversation with an art advisor at the Fair could very well be amongst the surprises awaiting your visit.
From amongst the sheer multiplicity of information online about the blockchain ecosystem, we take a closer look at three NFT platforms that stand out, each heavy hitters with different approaches to this burgeoning medium. What they all share: a conviction in the lasting value of NFT art.
“An atypical museum. We want to make it a museum without boundaries the best we can so that our exhibitions can extend beyond the physical building,” said Aaron Lee, CEO of JuT Foundation for Arts and Architecture and VP of Jut Group.
In recent years, artists have turned to ancient styles of ink painting as a place for innovation, often turning away from traditional brushes and rice paper. This new style presents the landscape in a different way, with a contemporary mentality emphasizing synchronicity and mixing the past with the present.