– Scott Birnbaum, co-founder of deep and CEO of the MORF gallery
LONDON, UK, October 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The era of deep art has arrived, made possible by exponential technologies including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) , and art collectors and investors are taking note.
At the forefront of the deep art trend, London’s Lebenson Gallery has partnered with MORF Gallery in San Jose and Hollywood, California to co-found the deep ™ AI Art Fair with international conference producers Elan To and Erin Lait. Deep’s vision is to be an ongoing platform for a wide range of progressive artists to showcase their most ambitious work through a series of exhibitions at leading art venues across the globe. The inaugural show will be held during Frieze October 13-17, 2021 in Shoreditch, London at 148-150 Curtain Road and will also be available online here. In preparation, deep 2 in 2022 in Silicon Valley, deep 3 in 2023 in Europe and deep 4 in 2024 in Asia.
Inaugural Deep AI Art Fair will host the largest showcase of progressive and emerging AI and ML artists in the world, including Ai-Da (humanoid robot), Daniel Ambrosi, Arnie, Jake Elwes, Graham Fink, Matt Juke, Joel Gethin Lewis , Adam Lieber, Machina Infinitum, Steve Matson, Pascal Mennesson, Obvious, Oxia Palus, Hannah Pratt, Alexander Reben, Pindar Van Arman, represented by their partner galleries. Many of these founding artists made headlines around the world like Obvious and their AI created the “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy” for $ 432,500, as Christie’s first ever-sold AI artwork. Another groundbreaking example is Oxia Palus for resurrecting the world’s lost works of art with AI and their neomastic process. Each will have new works presented at the London event. There will also be 12 partner galleries.
Stephane Bejean Lebenson, Co-Founder and CEO of Lebenson Gallery, said: “Deeep is a vision of what can be achieved by AI as a transcendent tool – an alternative voice that echoes digital limbo.
“The in-depth exhibition was created to allow artists and researchers to have a global stage to present works of art constructed with the latest technological innovations and to provide a gathering place for the world to experience the awe of the unlimited human creativity, ”said Scott Birnbaum, deep Co. -Founder and CEO of MORF Gallery.
The deep AI Art Fair will feature leading art and technology authorities, including Tabitha Goldstaub, co-founder of CogX; Parashkev Nachev, Ph.D., professor of neurology, University College London; Daniel Ambrosi, one of the early pioneers of the art of AI; Alexander Reben, artist and director of technology and research at Stochastique Labs; Christophe Debonneuil, Block Chain Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development; Stéphane Bejean Lebenson, co-founder and CEO of the Lebenson gallery; and Scott Birnbaum, co-founder and CEO of the MORF gallery.
Several of the artists will be selling their work using an industry-exclusive ArtStick ™, developed by MORF Gallery, which turns any TV into a growing art gallery that takes the premium collection to a new one. level for art lovers, collectors and NFT art investors.
The deep show is supported by a Who’s Who of organizations across the exponential deep art and tech ecosystem including CogX, Computer Arts Society, The Design Museum, Elobrands, Gallery 46, Known Origin, NVIDIA, Samsung , Time Based Arts, Art Practice, UCL and the V&A.
“Artists around the world create incredible pieces using NVIDIA technology and AI as a tool, collaborator or muse. We are excited to collaborate with the Deep AI Art Fair and look forward to seeing reactions to the artists’ new work, ”said Heather Schoell, Senior Art Director and Curator, NVIDIA AI Art Gallery.
Lebenson Gallery, co-founder of deep ™, is a gallery based in London and Paris dedicated to contemporary art and new international art scenes. Lebenson Gallery London is dedicated to AI and art, revealing the art of code as well as revealing the code of art. Lebenson Gallery also specializes in trading and sourcing top-notch art in the secondary market. Lebenson continues to raise the profile of the gallery by participating in prestigious art fairs in New York, Basel and Paris, and by collaborating with Sotheby’s International Realty. Galerie Lebenson has advised individual collectors on the creation of private art collections. Lebenson believes that all clients should be helped to locate and acquire the best works of art both for personal enjoyment and for long-term investment purposes.
MORF Gallery, co-founder of deep ™, is a Silicon Valley and Hollywood-based art facilitator and supplier of award-winning artists who produce unique, limited-edition pieces using exponential technologies such as as artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics and neuroscience. MORF Gallery adds a new experiential dimension with an industry-first ArtStick ™ that turns any TV into a growing art gallery that takes the premium collection to a new level for art lovers. art, collectors and investors in NFT art. ArtStick ™ is a registered trademark of MORF Gallery.
First, discover the deep ™ AI Art Fair. deep is a platform for progressive artists to showcase their most ambitious works in premier art venues around the world