Banksy, Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst: The Art Collection of Peter Hvidberg
About this Podcast:
Welcome back to “The Valuart Podcast”: a weekly appointment with art, crypto art & technology. In this episode, we discover the latest news from the NFT and we talk with a fine art collector: Peter Hvidberg. The first news is about the Olympics and NFT. An officially non-fungible token pin has been announced by the Olympics and will be released later in 2021. We also talk about the role of women in the world of crypto, in which more and more girls approach this world, like Mila Kunis. In the second part of the Valuart podcast, we talk with Peter Hvidberg, an art collector of Banksy, Andy Warhol, and other great artists. It all started with Banksy’s work who copied Andy’s style to create a pop version of Kate Moss. Peter Hvidber bought the work Spike, a stone with an inscription underneath left by Banksy on the West Bank Wall. The street artist carried out a treasure hunt to reward the stone, which then made its rounds among collectors from all over the world. Valuart is an NFTs oriented ecosystem. Founded by Vittorio Grigolò, Michele Fiscalini e Etan Genini, Valuart has the aim to facilitate the success of leading artists within the digital sphere and enhance their legacy. Valuart will introduce by the end of the year several Unique NFT from some of the greatest Masterpieces ever made.
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