Shortlist Announced: Digital Innovation in Art Award by .ART 2021

The 2021 edition of .ART award celebrated as part of Investor Allstars, features a cohort of creatives, who pushed the boundaries in an unprecedented turmoil during the year that has brought us online more than ever before.

The competition was fierce with so many projects that are simply mind-blowing. The teams rise to the challenge of fostering relationships between individuals or businesses with art, connecting people, developing authentication solutions, streaming art, and much more. It has been inspiring to read about their journey. We hope that the same feeling will carry you.

Challenges and hard time can push us to breaking point, but that point of hunger, of thirst for succeeding in the endeavours we set ourself for, is also a strong motivator. It asks the best of people, collaborating, and putting aside induvial egos to the greater good to further the art and tech. In analyzing this year’s nominees for the Digital Innovation in Art Award | ceremony taking place on October 14th in Hilton Park Lane, London, we considered what is needed and take the center stage of the art world right now. We found that digital solution that brings art closer to the public, security and reassurance in online art purchased and being a connecting agent, is at the forefront of this year’s digital innovation.

We’re pleased to announce our shortlisted composed of nine candidates who didn’t wait for the hardship to pass and got to work, creating innovation that allies two world giants; tech and art! 

Digital Innovation in Art Shortlist 

ARTA
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Artbrain
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Art Recognition Ltd
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ArtUp Nation
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CurioInvest
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Cuseum
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dslcollection
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VR-All-Art 
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Wondeur
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We congratulate all the shortlisted candidates this year and applaud all those that applied. The final winner will be revealed on October 14th  at the award ceremony.

.ART Team
.ART Team
members are global citizens with interests ranging from art history to social justice. If we had an office cat we would have called it Basquiat.