SIliconrepublic reviews the growing trend of art players figuring out the opportunities that lie in the digital realm.
Missed Frieze? Don’t worry. Here’s all you need to catch up. Five articles and three Instagram accounts to look at in case you weren’t in London for the 15th edition of Frieze Week.
Five hotels that will let you immerse yourself in the arts without turning off holiday mode.
This past weekend the Street Art Museum of Saint Petersburg hosted its first modern art fair – Sam Fair, which featured artist carefully selected by the organisers. They could exhibit for free on just one condition: their work had to be priced between as little as 500 rubles and 30 000 rubles.
With the nearing of London Frieze we decided to take a look at less known emerging art fairs, which might be a better fit for smaller collections looking to expand.
Articheck, an “electronic passport” for works of art, was named the winner of the Digital Innovation in Art prize in London last night (27 September), at the Investors Allstar Awards, the “Oscars” of the European venture capital industry.
(28 September, 2017, London) Articheck, an “electronic passport” for works of art, was the winner of the award for Digital Innovation in Art
Art is everywhere, everyone is an artist.
Earlier this year New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that it released high-resolution imagery of all its public-domain works (over 375,000 in total). And now it’s paying off!
Looking back at an excellent article that overviews the interaction between arts and business, talks about Burberry and references Rumi.
While the world is wondering how the famous Russian power couple Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova will divide their assets, let’s have a look at some examples of art collections involved in division of assets from the past.
Yesterday would have been Andy Warhol’s 89th Birthday. To honor this day, we remind you of his less famous endeavors.
With the latest addition of Brad Pitt and Adrien Brody, it’s quite a list.
French police are trying to track down the owners of hundreds of works of art stolen by a compulsive thief who went on a twenty-year stealing spree in hotels, museums, shops and galleries across France.
The world’s leading IT giants – Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft – purchased dozens of .ART domain names
Digital art only – no spoilers!
On July 20th the artist’s body will be exhumed from its elaborate tomb in his hometown of Figueres, Spain to prove (or not) that he had a daughter. Could this get more surreal?
Treasures, art thieves, old attics and intrigue. For an art detective Arthur Brand it’s all just part of the job.
Plan ahead to battle that autumn blues!
While we wait to find out how much exactly Elon Musk spent on the “sentimental value” of x.com, let’s revisit some of the other amusing domain industry facts.
A recent publication of the TEFAF annual World Art Market report reveals the latest trends of the industry.
Volume 1 of our Domain Industry Palette, aimed at reviewing the current situation in the domain industry, as well as the position of gTLDs within it.
A few weeks ago, Art Basel and UBS released their annual Art Market report, focusing on the key industry developments of 2016.
Elena Chinyaeva is the chief adviser to .ART – which oversees the new internet domain extension – on business development and communications. She explains the impetus behind the launch of .ART and the growing presence of art-focused websites.
As the .ART community grows in size and more new domain names become projects, we would like to launch a series of .ART success stories, which will let us explore who are the people buying .ART.
Le multimillionnaire russe Ulvi Kasimov, serial entrepreneur et amateur d’art s’est offert l’extension de domaine .art pour la bagatelle de 25 millions de dollars. Nous l’avons rencontré à Londres.
Die neue Top-Level-Domain .ART verspricht im Internet Exklusivitat fur die Kunstwelt. Setzt sie sich durch?
Cela commence a se repandre comme une trainee de poudre.
Depuis le 10 mai, l’extension de nom de do- maine .art est accessible à tous.
.ART has been joined by Amazon, Walmart, Gagosian Gallery, Palazzo Strozzi, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Swatch Group…
Since the launch of .ART General Availability (GA) on 10th May, the museum community on the art world’s exclusive domain has multiplied registering about 50 new names.
Rolls-Royce and Fondation Louis Vuitton joined .ART, the art world’s exclusive web domain, following .ART opening to general public on May 10th.
Domain Name Wire
Here are some interesting observations about the .art top level domain.
On the first day of free registration, nearly 3,000 .art domain names were recorded.
Interlink. Co., LTD, started accepting general registration of the new gTLD “.art” at the domain acquisition service “Gombe Domain”.
London, 11 May. On May 10th at 3PM BST .ART, the art world’s exclusive web domain, launched on 7th December 2016, entered its General Availability period (GA), opening the registry to the public.
Op de eerste dag van vrije registratie werden bijna 3.000 .art-domeinnamen vastgelegd.
London, 10th May .ART, the art world’s exclusive web domain, launched on 7th December 2016, goes into its General Availability (GA).
A domain name is an identification string that can be your personal permanent identifier on the internet.
April 21st marked the 9th edition of Rhizome’s Seven on Seven Conference, which pairs seven leading artists with seven visionary technologists, and challenges them to make something new — an artwork, a prototype, whatever they imagine.
.ART aspires to be much more than just another domain name – a digital platform for the art world. Our list of adopters speaks for itself. Such well known institutions and individuals as Guggenheim, Tate, Centre Pompidou, Louvre and Olafur Eliasson have joined .ART right after its conception.