What can the arts do to help Ukrainian refugees?
Biggest-ever Art Dubai fair offers smoke machines, escapism and, of course, NFTs: here’s what sold so far
The event's 15th edition dedicated a whole building to the "rapidly expanding digital arts space"
Here's how you can help the Ukraine aid effort by buying art
'Men still own the world, and it’s not cute': NFT projects and DAOs lead the way during Women’s History Month
Nadya Tolokonnikova among those to launch NFT collecting fund which will invest in projects by female and LGBTQ+ artists
Art Dubai flexes city’s futuristic credentials with focus on NFTs and crypto
Art fair opens in the UAE this week with a new digital arts section and a series of talks on all things metaverse
NFTs of Old Masters—good or bad?
Are the digitally produced copies of museum works sold as NFTs for six-figure sums simply very expensive digital posters?
NFT of the Ukrainian flag—launched by Pussy Riot member to raise funds for war-torn country—sells for $6.75m
The sale organised by Ukraine DAO is raising funds for Come Back Alive, which will distribute supplies to Ukrainian civilians and the army
Fresh off a $1.7m crypto sale, light sculptor Leo Villareal explains NFTs to my sceptic self
The artist, famous for lighting up bridges across the Thames, tells me how he created his first NFT drop—which sold out within an hour
NFT art—a sales mechanism or a medium?
The boom in non-fungible tokens is diminishing public understanding of what digital art actually is
'We hold NFTs with no value and no future perspective': aggrieved Art Wars NFT investors speak out over dispute
The 1,138 NFTs have been de-listed from OpenSea, after artists complained that permission had not been sought for the creation of NFTs of their work
New NFT platform with art world bona fides launches marketplace with Fang Lijun digital editions
The renowned Chinese painter’s first NFTs, commissioned by Outland, will be followed by US artist Rachel Rose’s latest works in the format
Eternal return: Italian museums to sell digital copies of masterpieces by Leonardo, Caravaggio and Modigliani
Replicas of works from four institutions, including the Uffizi, will be sold as NFTs by Unit London gallery
The British Museum demeans itself by selling its works as NFTs—and will probably live to regret it
In giving cultural validity to meaningless reproductions of Turner and Hokusai pieces, The British Museum blurs the lines between real and fake at its peril
NFT market is vulnerable to money laundering, according to US Treasury study of the art trade
While the study concedes there are some nefarious financial dealings in the art market, there are more immediate concerns and regulatory manoeuvres to take
Journalism or doxxing? News report reveals secret identities of Bored Ape NFT founders—and the crypto community is not happy about it
The Buzzfeed News journalist Katie Notopoulos has named Greg Solano and Wylie Aronow as the men behind the online pseudonyms "Gordon Goner” and “Gargamel”
Sotheby’s and artist Kevin McCoy sued over sale of early NFT
The dispute revolves around the movement of a 2014 work, ‘Quantum’, from one blockchain to another and how that affects its ownership and fungibility
Bored Ape NFT founders seek $5bn funding from Silicon Valley investor
The secretive crypto collective Yuga Labs is reportedly in talks with venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz to sell a multi-million dollar stake
Badiucao launches NFT collection to protest against China's human rights record on eve of Beijing Winter Olympics
Collectors can write their own message about China’s regime onto the blockchain
Picasso NFT family feud: artist's estate blocks sale of digital works but DJ great-grandson presses on
Descendants planned to sell a 1958 Picasso ceramic at an in-real-life auction, mint the piece as an NFT and also release an accompanying song with John Legend
Premier League and Uefa consider legal action over footballer John Terry’s NFT baby ape tweets
NFTs feature the leagues’ trophies which are protected under trademark laws
The Seattle NFT Museum wants to mint a new art world
The museum’s founders organised an inaugural exhibition that is acutely aware of its place in history
A French surgeon tried to sell an X-ray of a former patient’s bullet wound from the Bataclan attack as an NFT
The patient survived the November 2015 Islamic State attack on the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, but never gave permission for the image of her wound to be sold
Into the ether: How a German museum accidentally lost access to two highly valuable NFTs
Copy-and-paste fail or meta commentary on crypto art?
Crypto group shamed for spending $3m on ‘Dune’ book, mistakenly believing it had acquired copyright to produce NFTs
The group Spice DAO planned to sell NFTs based on the contents of the book, which details Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious but failed adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel
As the direct-to-consumer model for selling art gains ground, where does it leave traditional dealers?
As peer-to-peer trading disrupts the market, bricks-and-mortar galleries must reconsider what they offer collectors
Caviar with your crypto? World’s ‘first NFT restaurant’ planned in New York
Access to the members-only restaurant will be available only to holders of limited-edition non-fungible tokens
NFTs IRL: Seattle to be home to first museum dedicated to blockchain art
New institution will include exhibitions about digital art, as well as QR codes for visitors to view NFT works
Boris Johnson becomes an NFT: artists react to scandal of leader attending parties during Covid lockdowns
Cold War Steve depicts UK prime minister hiding in a fridge in his interpretation of "Partygate" while David Shrigley labels him an "arsehole"
British Museum banks on Turner NFTs after Hokusai initiative
Prices for Ultra Rare editions start at €4,999 but museum sales percentage remains under wraps