Victory Art and the Digital Art Scene
Recently, Victory Art dived into the digital side of the art world with the launch of a whimsical online exhibition featuring talented artists from Eastern and Central Europe. The display features 24 artists, with 75 artworks available in the collection, showcasing a variety of artistic styles and also includes abstract, minimalist, expressionist, modern, and surrealist works. Hosted by the online platform KunstMatrix, the virtual art experience is called “VAnish”. It is easily accessible on all phones, laptops, and tablets.
A Virtual Art Experience
The virtual art experience has grown in popularity and has been an excellent alternative for many art institutions. Covid-19 plays a considerable role in the appeal of these events. Still, it offers a chance for audiences to appreciate art without having to travel. The artists featured are Victory Art artists and other Eastern and Central European ones. The idea of an online exhibition has always been in Victory Art’s long-term plans. Due to the pandemic and the increased desire for convenience, it was the perfect alternative to planning an offline gallery.
The possibilities in the art world are endless, and the creation of the exhibition is a huge triumph. The online exhibit is currently up and running until July, and you can have a chance to explore it here.
The concept comes from a partnership with EEA and Norway Grants, supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. The two main goals are contributing to an equal Europe and strengthening the relations between European countries. As the values align, Victory Art created a partnership with the EEA and Norway Funds. Go here to find more information on their grant programs.
Victory Art on OpenSea
Furthermore, Victory Art has become a part of the renowned NFT trend on OpeanSea with the launch of our first collection, featuring Slovakian artist Andrea Ehret. Through entering the NFT market, Victory Art hopes to promote and represent Eastern and Central European artists. Intending to break outdated stereotypes and build better perceptions about Eastern Europe, Victory Art hopes to shed light on the hidden talents that this region has to offer. The journey towards achieving these goals in the NFT world is evolving rapidly, and the Victory Art team is fully committed to making it a success.
What is an NFT?
This article describes all costs associated with NFTs and how to pay them in detail for any aspiring artists who would like to become a part of the NFT world.
VA’s NFT Collection and Bids
Victory Art releases each NFT collection in parts, specifically in intervals of four weeks. Two weeks after the release, the scheduled auctions hold one or more pieces in each cluster. Each array is unique and will reflect the artist’s inspirations, artistic styles, and creative methods. The physical version of the artwork will also be available for sale along with the many others that Victory Art has on the website and eCommerce page.
Victory Art launches most NFT collections as one-of-a-kind digital versions of their artists’ works, carefully picked to fit the NFT scene and stay in line with the trends. Victory Art will be selling NFTs on the OpeanSea market using the Ethereum currency. The Foundation App platform helps bid on the Ethereum blockchain for those new to the NFT world and interested in acquiring one. In this article, Hue&Eye explains why creators should use the application and how it works.
Entering the NFT world will allow people to see the talents of Eastern and Central Europe artists and support them by allowing selling their work in the form of NFTs.
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