Space art is as old as humanity itself. The planets and dreams of infinite dimensions have fascinated and influenced us from the beginning of time. Early cave painting knows images and interpretations of the universe. Since Galileo perfected the telescope in Padua in 1609, artists use astronomical observations to engage with the cosmos.
When the moon landing took place on 20 July 1969, it caused a worldwide sensation and changed the relationship between humans and their environment immediately. Our blue planet could be viewed by mankind for the first time. Artists from all over the world were excited and their engagement with the moon was stimulated like never before.
The propaganda of all political systems embraced the universe during the cold war and to this day. For reasons of intimidation and maintaining power, early topography was doctored. Artists, on the other hand, naturally enjoy complete creative freedom to this day to imagine the world outside their own.
The use of gravity in art is no longer obligatory to a dream state. The artist can invent any kind and any shape and form of living creature and express it in his art.
The multitude of interpretations of the moon and the universe throughout art history testify to the various spheres of relevance that the galaxy holds in scientific, artistic, philosophical and utopian terms.
The 21st century will go down in history as the era of the online collector. What was unthinkable a few years ago is now a reality.
It does not matter if the artist is alive or dead. The rarity of a work of art is what gives it value
Being an art collector requires time, strategy, and consideration. Serious collectors buy art with a long-term goal.
Art is an area that was traditionally considered exclusive to humans. But AI has found its way into the creative world a long time ago.
Blockchain technology enables the trading of digitalized assets. It can include non-bankable assets such as real estate or paintings.
A new use for art has evolved in recent years, and it is the most straightforward of all. Art as a serious investment.