Apollo Shatters Elite Art Scene With Subscription-Based Inside Access to Artists and Art Investing
On May 6, 2021, the team at Apollo says that they will be officially launching their platform. This exciting new platform is a scene disruptor and luxe digital ecosystem that has been designed for virtually everyone, thus shattering the elite and exclusive art scene. Now, everyone can have stunning art at their fingertips.
“The traditional art scene has a problem,” said Thomas Pierce, Chief Marketing Officer at Apollo. “New generations love art, but find their experience in the art world to be stuffy, outdated, or hard to reach; not to mention expensive and intimidating. Now, Apollo is making investing in fine art accessible with giving entry and expert guidance to novice art lovers and sophisticated collectors alike.”
The platform includes an app, display for housing digital NFT collections, and a marketplace. Users will be able to find new artists, create art playlists, and get access to behind the scenes content including never before seen art. Curating art has just been revolutionized, putting the user in the role of curator.
In the app, users have access to a growing library of exclusive art pieces and forms, BTS artist made content, pre-curated art playlists to elevate any atmosphere instantly, the ability to stream art to any device and curate custom playlists, and more. Users can then use Apollo as a way to test art pieces before they buy them.
Members can also peruse expert-curated collections of fine art including new and established artists, digital lithographs, behind the scenes content, and more. This gives curating a whole new dynamic by connecting artists and collectors in a way that has never been done before. The team at Apollo says that their platform will be a win-win for artists and art enthusiasts alike.
According to the team at Apollo, the Apollo Art app will launch in the iOS and Android store on May 6, 2021. Bonafide artists such as David Yarrow, Tyler Shields, Bradley Theodore along with emerging talent Ren Saliba and Marcel Van Luit are among the 24 carefully curated artists to be available June 1, 2021, the Apollo Art Marketplace will go live. Right now, Apollo Premier Displays are already in high demand with the sudden popularity in digital art.
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Apollo recently launched the Apollo Premier Experience Center Samuel Lynne Galleries, the largest art gallery in Dallas, Texas. Soon, they’ll be sharing their passion for art, tech, and design with people everywhere when the app and marketplace debut.
More information can be found at https://www.theapollo.com.
Apollo is an innovative art platform offering various facets for connecting users to fine art for easy investing, and for everyday life.
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