Galleries promote the artist by presenting their art at an exhibition or at an art fair like Basel. … Art on the secondary market is often sold at an auction house. Once an artist’s work goes to auction the prices are observable to the public, and anyone (often uttered with disdain) can buy it.

Fair Warning: Risks and Opportunities for Digital Artists and Young Collectors

Why you should know about the new app that threatens to disrupt the conventional art market but offers opportunities [...]

NFTism Pushes the Boundaries as it Brings Together Diverse Talent From the Digital Art World

NTFism: No Fear in Trying (NFTism) brings together around 100 digital artists from different backgrounds. The show taps into [...]

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Agora #1: Blockchain Certification for Digital Art – Vinciane Jones

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Are NFTs a Force for Good in the Art Market?

What exactly is an NFT, and why are they being touted as a tool for New Media artists to [...]

NFTs and Crypto Art Provide Platforms for “Invisible” Digital Artists

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NFTs in Digital Art: Tokens or Tokenism?

Discover how NFTs are democratising the art world and making it more inclusive to women in Digital Art. [...]

Women of Crypto Art (WOCA) Launch the NFT Arcana Crypto Tarot

22 women digital artists get together to create the world’s first functional Tarot NFT and launch it on programmable [...]

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