The Worlds largest Public Art Fair, Miami with Brett Ashby.
Art Gives Back Big to Benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at Basel. Sat, 4 December 2021, 5:51 am MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Dec. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — To kick off Art Week, M2B Growth Enterprises & Integrum Worldwide gave back big, raising over $200,000 to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Chalk Experiences produced the uber chic event featuring NFT (Non-Fungible Tokens) and physical art in partnership with Cube Art Fair to create an exclusive invite-only cocktail party and silent […]
(MENAFN- USA Art News) Spheres of Power NFT Collection Drop (November 29) Inspired by the 1920s notion of the Exquisite Corpse, a game adopted by the Paris Surrealist movement in which artists began creating collaborative automatic sketches, Spheres of Power explores human political power structures through the veil of new crypto systems throughout time and known history. Curious as to how this notion would fare in the digital world, video installation artistMarco Brambilla – who has been dealing with the […]
Art by Nigerian artist Alexis Tsegba, one of the works that will be presented at the Flagler Street Art Festival. (Courtesy of ArtRepublic) If you don’t know what an NFT is, brace yourself, because you are going to hear a lot of the acronym that stands for non-fungible token, especially during the latest edition of Miami Art Week (Dec 1-5). NFTs are going to be all over the place, particularly in downtown Miami. The NFTs are taking over the art […]
Full details, Buy Now on Open Sea https://opensea.io/collection/brettashby Bovement series outback, Australia. Animated by International artist Brett Ashby. 1080 x 1080px .mp4 animation rendered from performance paintings 2013. Brett Ashby Institute Of Fine Art Pty.Ltd. copyright, 2021. The artwork listed above is indeed authentic, created by, and copyright to artist Brett Ashby; the purchase of this NFT is a purchase of the asset, not of the copyright.
“Brett Ashby was contracted to complete a mural on a vacant and frequently graffiti wall in the central business area of Frankston. Brett was able to engage with local schools students to devise the design for the mural and replicate in art form what they believe symbolises the Frankston area.Brett’s mural which contains Perspex art together with painting on brick work is still standing today and unaffected by any graffiti.” Many thanks. Ken Liddicoat Coordinator Community Development ProjectsFranks City Council