New York, NY, December 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)-“Real Collection”, NFT Marketplace where you can NFT and trade carefully selected premium art content, Officially launched..Guided by IBCTThe collector, the developer of the next-generation blockchain platform LEDGIS, has exclusive access to all NFT art content, including first-generation pop art and graffiti works from New York’s famous East Village, and artwork by up-and-coming international artists. Expected to see in. Sold on the platform.
East Village Art is an art movement born in the 1980s in East Village, southeast of Manhattan, New York, focusing on hip-hop culture-inspired graffiti art (doodling) and street art that symbolizes freedom and resistance. increase. As East Village became a slum through reckless redevelopment and gentrification, the place naturally became the center of New York’s anti-establishment culture, class, gender, racism, drugs, poverty, crime, homosexuality, Social issues such as AIDS were all sublimated into artwork.
The real collection includes the lost works of famous pop artists like Jane Dickson, Rickprol, James Romberger, especially Jean-Michel Basquiat known as “Black Picasso”, Keith Haring who doesn’t need to be introduced, and Richard Hambleton. All public photos are tokenized as NFTs.
The Real Collection focuses on ensuring competitive and excellent IP (Intellectual Property Rights) sales works, selected only by the art director’s review / approval, to capture the lost works of legendary artists. I am planning to restore it. In addition, the general public will enjoy NFT art content by implementing various plans such as a distribution market where resale / ArtTech is possible within the platform, sales of art content products, and exhibition of digital showrooms using the company’s flagship store. To be able to. A more practical method.
The Real Collection, on the other hand, is built on the LEDGIS blockchain and offers a variety of unique digital management features such as loss protection, copyright protection, sharing and ease of use. Specifically, applying DID (Distributed ID) and IDH (ID Data Hub – Distributed Encrypted Data Storage and Sharing Solutions) technologies ensures transaction transparency and reliability.
Real Collection accepts US dollars via PayPal. In the future, paid LED GIS coins (LEDs) will also be available. LEDs are currently listed in BitMart and Gopax exchanges. An LEDGIS official said: “LED accessibility will gradually improve as LED coins are added to the global exchanges. LED coins through DApps in various areas such as medical, manufacturing, education, sports, fintech and, of course, real collections. Revitalize the economy. “
The Real Collection is the first East Village art artist to present works by Jane Dixon, Rickprol, Steven Ruck, Jim Radakovich, Mark Costabi and Cheton Yur, as well as photographs taken by Andreas Stadin in East Village.
On the other hand, some works will be processed to be evaluated as 3D objects in the Metaverse ecosystem in the future. And to this end, high-end VFX and VR / AR companies working on the special effects of blockbuster movies such as “Transformers,” “Star Wars,” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” are expected to work together on this epic platform. It has been.
Below is the profile of the artist whose artwork was released.
Jane Dickson (1952 ~)
As the main member of the collaboration, he created the “Real Estate Show” and “Time Square Show” to represent the workers exiled for “Urban Development” and “Profitability”. It covers a variety of subjects in modern life, including suburban homes and highways. The colorful and faintly colored paintings on a black background express the feeling of alienation created by urban life.
Rick Proll (1958 ~)
He was considered a punk-sensitive artist in the 1980s. His work humorously captures the dark and dangerous reality of New York City. The unstable and self-harming figures in “NYCRIP” (1988) and “Smoke (No Admittance)” (1983) are reminiscent of the dark side of New York.
Stephen Lack (1946-)
He explores the anxieties and violence of the American middle class based on scenes where children return home from school and cars park diagonally on the road. Along with other East Village artists, he resisted the commercialization and preservation of art after the establishment of the Reagan government’s neoliberal economic order.
Jim Radakovich (1954-)
His paintings, which bring primitive motifs and express the emotions of modern cities, are serious yet humorous. He made a name for himself at a solo exhibition held at the Sensory Evolution Gallery in 1984, and has been active in East Village throughout the 1980s.
Mark Kostabi (1960-)
A prominent figure in the East Village art scene of the 1980s, he is best known for his paintings of faceless figures addressing contemporary political, social and psychological issues. He has roots in the work of Giorgio de Chirico and Fernand Léger. His work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum.
Choi Dong-yul (1951 ~)
Through the East Village and the Himalayas in New York, he creates works centered on the keyword “vitality.” In his paintings, symbols and satire, energy and paradox, and past and present are mixed, and the problem of existence is captured by neo-expressionism. The diaspora’s identity is represented by its intense primary colors and unconventional composition.
Andreas Stagin (1956 ~)
His representative photographic work “Pier 34” is a photograph of an art project produced at Pier 34 in New York City. The East Village Slideshow (2018) shows 142 photos of East Village in the 1980s. Includes works by contemporary artists and graffiti in the city.
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