Access by Art Basel: A New Online Sales Platform Integrating Art and Philanthropy
The first Access sale will launch ahead of Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 with over a dozen exhibitors participating at the fair and include works by Hernan Bas, Katherine Bradford, Rafael Delacruz, Jenny Holzer, Angel Otero, and more. Let's learn more about the platform.
Powered by Arcual:
Access by Art Basel is powered by Arcual's technology, offering a bespoke digital experience that seamlessly integrates art and philanthropy.
Each artwork sale on the platform includes a donation pledge towards carefully selected local and international charities. This aligns with Access's mission to bridge art and philanthropy, creating a positive and lasting impact.
The inaugural sale features two beneficiaries: The Miami Foundation and The International Committee of the Red Cross. Within The Miami Foundation, collectors can opt to donate to the following Collective Impact funds: Arts Access, LGBTQ+ Equity, or Racial Equity.
Collectors can place requests on artworks from November 27 to December 10, 2023, through the Access platform. Art Basel Miami Beach attendees can view the sale's artworks in-person starting December 6.
Meet the Galleries:
Over a dozen prominent exhibitors, including François Ghebaly, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Jessica Silverman, Karma, kaufmann repetto, Kasmin, Lehmann Maupin, Luhring Augustine, Mendes Wood DM, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Pace Gallery, Sean Kelly, Sprüth Magers, and Tina Kim will participate in the Access by Art Basel sale during Art Basel Miami Beach, 2023.
VIP collectors gain early access on November 27, while the general public can join from December 8. All artwork requests can be submitted until December 10, 2023.
Building the Next Generation of Digital Infrastructure:
Arcual's technology products foster new standards for the art ecosystem, improving trust and security in transactions and exchanges.
The collaboration with Art Basel on Access marks the beginning of impactful activations between the two companies.
Pictured: Angel Otero, Sinking Waltz, 2023, Oil paint and oil paint skins collaged on canvas. Image courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Access by Art Basel
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