Venture capital and other tech-industry funding methods come to the art world
There is more variety than ever in how and why art is funded and the Silicon Valley models have arrived
AI might now be powerful enough to be ‘using’ artists
It is time to think about the extent to which technology itself has power over us, independent of people in tech companies
What's the score in a reputation economy? How the art world gets paid (or doesn't)
New technology, and old-world online reviews, have an impact on accounts and accountability in the art market
From Frank Stella to the quilters of Gee's Bend: how Artists Rights Society is working in the world of NFTs
An NFT drop with Stella was the debut for ARS's digital platform, Arsnl. Now it brings bold patterns to the blockchain with a show of NFTs generated by the coder artist Anna Lucia working with the quiltmakers of Gee's Bend, Alabama
New York, London, Los Angeles, Dubai, Linz ... Which city has the best digital art?
With the power to show works simultaneously in different countries, digital art does not really need to "be" anywhere. But where it is being created, exhibited and funded has a deep impact on how the work is made
What are DAOs? How blockchain-governed collectives might revolutionise the art world
Egalitarian and democratic, Decentralised Autonomous Organisations are powerful collecting forces with the potential to reshape the industry
Sell your soul: how digital signatures and NFTs are creating a market for intangible art
Some of the works being minted on the blockchain are all hype—but some are brilliant conceptual works
Frank Stella is making an NFT—but why?
Debuting here, we look at the first NFT of one of the world’s most important living painters
NFTs use 'smart' contracts—but what exactly are they?
The sale of works on the blockchain inscribes "promises" within the code—but it is not that simple
What is generative art and why does it matter?
As Phillips presents the first ever auction dedicated to the medium, we consider what it is and how it is curated
Art Basel is not just an art fair, it is a technology platform
The emergence of NFTs has ignited the concept of "platforms" in the art world, but they are already everywhere
Virtual reality brings convenience and practicality to art—but it is more than just a gimmick
A Doug Aitken exhibition in Venice shows how VR can be useful to the art world, but the medium has standalone merits