TheUpsideSpace is a conservator-led NFT marketplace, and it deals in arts and artists from Southeast Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East respectively. The platform is co-founded by the actor Lisa Ray. While reportedly, Samsung has unveiled its partnership with TheUpsideSpace. Whereby the tech firm acts as a screen partner for the marketplace digital art display at the APRE Art House for Mumbai Gallery Weekend. Here, Samsung will be going to provide its lifestyle TV model, The Frame in order to showcase digital art at the event.
Mumbai Gallery Weekend: Dates and other details
While speaking about Mumbai Gallery Weekend then it’s an event that will give a presentation of physical and NFT works by a range of artists from South Asia. This event will be going to conduct on January 12. And is being conducted at the APRE Art House in Mumbai.
Additionally, some of the artists including Manjot Kaur and Yasir Waqas will be showcasing their artworks. This includes “Alpha Canis Majoris” and “scraped together a small square of dust,” respectively. It is displayed on Samsung’s lifestyle TV model, The Frame at the event.
Furthermore, the event commences with an exclusive walkthrough of the exhibition with Lisa Ray, the curator, and some of the artists. Also, this exhibition leverages the distinct cultural insights and various perspectives of the artists. Also by encouraging NFT art appreciation for both art lovers and newcomers on The Frame TV.H.
Samsung The Frame
Samsung assures that The Frame TV models are “tastefully designed to make luxury living spaces more distinctive”. Also, these TVs offer Matte Displays that affirm to remove reflection on the screen. And thus, this innovative feature allows users to feel the texture of the artwork. While delivering a real-life art on canvas experience.
Also, the Frame TV is designed to allow art lovers to make alive local as well as world-famous artwork on their walls. Therefore, this makes it an appropriate screen partner at the Mumbai Gallery Weekend. This association also illustrates how the display of art has germinated over the years. And how digital platforms are restructuring the way art enthusiasts are consuming art.