Avant Arte, a curated art discovery and ownership marketplace, has announced a new collaboration with pseudonymous digital art patron Cozomo de’ Medici. The partnership aims to establish an ongoing program that will bring together leading digital artists supported by The Medici Collection and Avant Arte’s expertise in print-making and editioning.
This marks a significant milestone for Medici as they venture into supporting digital artists in exploring new mediums. Avant Arte has previously collaborated with esteemed digital artists and partners like G.O.D.A, Nina Chanel Abney, Grant Riven Yun, NessGraphics, and Mpkoz for physical editions.
Making art more accessible
Avant Arte and Cozomo de’ Medici will announce the selected artists through their Twitter accounts from June 28 to June 30. This announcement sets the stage for a curated program of artist collaborations and limited physical editions, further expanding Avant Arte’s mission to make art more accessible to a broader audience. The first artist project resulting from this collaboration will be released on July 25, 2023.
Expressing enthusiasm about the collaboration, Cozomo de’ Medici stated in a press release, “I am excited to partner with Avant Arte to support digital artists in their experimentations with the physical medium. Avant has made great strides in unlocking fine art ownership for a new generation of collectors, and with this partnership, my hope is patrons find more appreciation for both digital and physical art alike.”
The partnership between Avant Arte and Cozomo de’ Medici is poised to foster the growth of leading digital artists from The Medici Collection. By leveraging Avant Arte’s print-making and edition capabilities, Cozomo and Avant Arte aim to make both digital and physical art more accessible to a global audience.
Christian Luiten, Co-founder and Head of Artist Community at Avant Arte, expressed his excitement about the collaboration, saying, “We are thrilled to be collaborating with Cozomo de’ Medici to support leading digital artists to create physical works. When Avant Arte first dived into the world of digital art last year, we wanted to make sure we were adding to the community by bringing our expertise in print-making and editioning to the table and introducing the work of artists to our community of over three million young collectors across the globe. Partnering with a leading patron like Medici and the artists he has selected is the realization of that wish, and I couldn’t be happier to be bringing these artists and our community together.”
Editor’s note: This article was written by an nft now staff member in collaboration with OpenAI’s GPT-4.
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