NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 20 APRIL 2021
Every day, Art Rights Magazine selects the best news from the world of digital art, to stay up to date!
1)NFT: the best-selling types in the world of art
A recent study revealed which types of NFTs are best-selling in the world of Crypto Art. The research used the tags on the SuperRare sales platform to determine which ones have a higher selling price.
In the first place we find “sci-fi” (average price of an NFT $ 7,394), to the second “2d” ($ 6,000) while in the third “space” ($ 5,730). Thus it seems that futuristic, retro and science fiction themes are among the most explored and coveted by collectors. Nifty Gateway, on the other hand, is confirmed to be the leading platform in the sale of NFTs.
2) “This is a robbery”: the new Netflix docuseries between art and NFT is online
“This is a robbery” is finally online on Netflix a new docuseries that examines the incredible and unsolved theft of 13 masterpieces (including Rembrandt, Vermeer, Manet, Degas) that disappeared from the Isabella Stewart-Gardner Museum in Boston in March 1990
These works, which have long since disappeared into thin air, can finally relive today thanks to the reinterpretations of 13 crypto artists who have imagined and reinvented them in a crypto key.
3) Fabrica de Arte Cubano launches a new project related to NFTs
The Fabrica de Arte Cubano (FAC), an avant-garde cultural space on the Caribbean island, has launched a new project linked to the world of NFTs, which are now increasingly widespread.
An initiative that was born with the aim of supporting and spreading the culture of NFT among local artists, facilitating access to the new creative economy of digital art and which aspires to the creation of a virtual gallery with temporary exhibitions.
Photo Credits: The Storm on The Sea of Money by Tankuss