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ARTCELS launches new tokenised blue-chip art portfolio using NFTs and blockchain technology, featuring eight contemporary masterpieces.
Ground-breaking digital art investment platform ARTCELS launches the final of its three-part high yield tokenised blue-chip art portfolio series. The trilogy's crescendo is the new Masters’ portfolio valued at $1.35m.
Masters has been curated for the Millennial art collector and features works selected for their uniqueness, rarity, collectability and appreciative potential. It will showcase eight works from eight contemporary global masters, Daniel Arsham, Robert Nava, Invader, Jason Revok, Amoako Boafo, Madsaki, Josh Sperling and Mike Lee. Adding to the portfolio's sui generis nature, each work is unique with no editions or prints presented in this portfolio.
ARTCELS is designed to open the lucrative world of blue-chip art investments to a wider and younger international market. The pioneering contemporary series of art exhibitions offers investors equity in the form of digital tokens backed by shares in the artworks as registered assets of a London UK based Limited company.
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Never-seen-before highlights include celebrated African contemporary artist Amoako Boafo’s Maria Number 2, which explores and celebrates Black identity in his signature portrait style. Also taking centre stage is Daniel Arsham's Quartz Face, a unique piece that focuses on organic matter and petrification, placing a human face at the centre of this transformation.
ARTCELS launched in early 2020 and became a pioneering asset-based tokenised art investment platform, using NFTs, blockchain technology and cryptography to ensure safe and secure investments. It is also backed by its own revolutionary Swiss-based cryptocurrency - Artem Coin. Its founders aimed to encourage and facilitate art investments in a younger and tech-savvy market by allowing them to own shares in blue-chip art portfolios, that may have otherwise been unobtainable to them.
MadsakiPierrot, formerly known as Gilles II (inspired by Jean-Antoine Watteau) , 2018 Acrylic paint, aerosol on canvas.
185 x 150 cm
72 7/8 x 59 in
Daniel ArshamCracked Quartz Face Quartz Crystal, Unique.
44 x 36 x 23 cm
17 3/8 x 14 1/8 x 9 1/8 in
InvaderMLGA-03, 2017/2018 Ceramic tiles on perspex.
93 x 59 cm
36 x 23 in
Mike LeeSister, Brother, 2019 Oil on canvas
Set of 2:
24 x 18 in
61 x 45.7 cm
Amoako BoafoMarie Humbert, 2019 Oil on paper.
91 x 70 cm
35 7/8 x 27 1/2 in
Robert NavaUntitled, 2018 Mixed media on canvas.
167 x 161 cm
65 3/4 x 63 3/8 in
Jason RevokSpiroLoop Large 5/20 Y/Vi/Gray/B/R, 2020 Acrylic, spray paint, and synthetic polymer on shaped canvas.
182.88 x 182.88 cm
72 x 72 in
Josh SperlingTBC 15, 2018 Acrylic on panel and acrylic on canvas over structure
259.1 x 259.1 cm
"ARTCELS has been a fascinating journey. Launching in 2020 with XXI and following in 2021 with Millennials, these previous portfolios combined unique and limited-edition artworks. We have seen market trends change quite substantially since then and find ourselves now in a very different landscape with the culmination of this series, Masters, which now covets the rarity of originals over editions."
- ARTCELS co-founder Elio D'Anna
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