Art Collectors’ Mindsets Are Moving from the Physical to the Digital

Art Collectors’ Mindsets Are Moving from the Physical to the Digital
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As Neon Mob illustrates, it's the digital age, and that means art galleries and collectors are seeing a reshaping of the art world

Anna Johansson
  • 13 august 2015

Most art galleries you visit today will feature mostly (if not all) physical paintings, sculptures, and other artwork. Any artwork portrayed on a screen would be considered a little too different for the traditional museum. However, more and more prominent art galleries are sharing digitally-created art, and thanks to websites such as Neon Mob that make the creating and selling of digital art easier than ever, we are seeing a general shift from physical art to digital in galleries and museums around the country. 

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