William Fowler lives and works in California. He has written about art and design since the mid-2000s, with bylines in the Guardian and Creative Review. He collects contemporary British art, including work by Anne Hardy and Robert Fry. His 2017 novel, Elephant, about art, technology and guilt, remains sadly unpublished. Find out more on his website and Linkedin.
Why Cutting-Edge Cryptoartists Are Going for Baroque
This maximalist art movement isn’t just for post-Renaissance showoffs. Today’s NFT creators are embracing the baroque, and digital tools make it easier (and more affordable) than ever to produce hyper-ornate forms.
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