NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 12 APRIL 2021
Every day, Art Rights Magazine selects the best news from the world of digital art, to stay up to date!
1) Online Black NFT Art, creative agency dedicated to the NFT black world
Black NFT Art is the name of the new media branding agency managed by the Umba Daima online gallery. The main purpose of these two realities is to support and expand the black artist market, especially within the NFT world to build an increasingly broad and structured community around Black Art and its protagonists.
The agency deals with consulting, talent booking and talent management, creating strategies to enhance and improve the work and works of those who approach the phenomenon of Crypto Art for the first time.
2) Comedian John Cleese puts his first work NFT up for auction
No longer just a comedian, screenwriter and writer… for some time now John Cleese, born in 1939, has also become a “young” digital artist ready to put his first NFT work on sale!
Some time ago Cleese announced via Twitter that he would sell one of his NFT pieces, based on an old drawing of his depicting a well-known international monument: the Brooklyn Bridge, for the artist a symbol of trust and brotherhood!
3) Superchief: the first exhibition dedicated to NFTs opens in NY
Superchief, a collective of artists running art galleries in NY and LA, has announced the first exhibition dedicated to NFT art. It will be held in Union Square and the works will be shown on high resolution screens.
The exhibition is titled “Season One Starter Pack” and there will be more than 300 artists, each of whom will put a unique NFT up for auction and a version with 72 copies. Payments both by credit cards and in crypto currencies will be accepted.
Photo Credits: Una veduta della Superchief Gallery NFT a New York