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每一天:前5000天
Everydays: the First 5000 Days
大量數位圖片的拼貼畫,除非放大到足以能夠看到單張圖片,否則顯得很抽象
藝術家邁克·溫克爾曼
完成日期2021年2月21日 (2021-02-21)
媒介數位藝術(JPEG
尺寸21,069 × 21,069像素
藏主維涅什·桑達瑞森(MetaKovan)

每一天:前5000天》(英語:Everydays: the First 5000 Days)為邁克·溫克爾曼(暱稱Beeple)創作的數位藝術品,內容是他為《每一天》作品系列創作的5,000幅作品後所匯集起來的拼貼畫,其NFT於2021年在佳士得以6930萬美元的價格售出,成為了有史以來最昂貴的NFT[1][2][3][4]

《每一天:前5000天》被新加坡程序員維涅什·桑達瑞森(Vignesh Sundaresan,暱稱MetaKovan)收購,維涅什是一位加密貨幣投資者[5][6],也是NFT投資基金Metapurse的創始人[7]。他花了42,329以太幣買下了該藝術品[8]。買方維涅什和賣方邁克都有推高作品價格的既得利益,以引起人們對Beeple的其他20件作品有關的投機資產關注並推動其銷售,他們稱之為 「B20代幣」。在媒體對《每一天:前5000天》拍賣的報導中,維涅什持有多數股權的B20代幣的價格達到了巔峰,隨後崩盤[9]。正因為如此,一些觀察家將這次拍賣描述為一種宣傳噱頭和騙局[10][11]

維涅什獲得展示藝術品的權利,但沒有獲得版權。他「元宇宙」中的一個數位博物館中展示了這幅藝術品[12],大眾可以透過網絡瀏覽器查看[13]

作品內容與評價[编辑]

5000幅畫作之一

邁克受到了英國藝術家湯姆·賈德(Tom Judd)的啟發,於2007年5月1日開始每天創作[14]。某些圖像按照涉及流行文化中的人物時間順序排列,包括傑夫·貝佐斯唐納·川普[15]。以前某些圖像是手繪的,而不是用電腦繪製的[14]

Artnet上發表的一篇文章中,藝術評審本·戴維斯(Ben Davis)斷言,5000幅畫作之中有一些揭示了種族、性別和同性戀的刻板印象[14]威爾·岡珀茨(Will Gompertz)認為邁克是漫畫美學的「人才代表」,並將他的作品與耶羅尼米斯·波希菲利普·加斯頓相提並論。他預測這件作品將被視為「短暫的加密藝術泡沫破裂前的那一刻,或是新藝術故事的第一章」[1]

參考文獻[编辑]

  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 Gompertz, Will. Everydays: The First 5000 Days - Will Gompertz reviews Beeple's digital work ★★★☆☆. BBC. 13 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. 
  2. ^ Brown, Abram. Beeple NFT Sells For $69.3 Million, Becoming Most-Expensive Ever. Forbes. 11 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-11). 
  3. ^ Weiner, Chloee. Beeple JPG File Sells For $69 Million, Setting Crypto Art Record. NPR. 11 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-11). 
  4. ^ Reyburn, Scott. JPG File Sells for $69 Million, as 'NFT Mania' Gathers Pace. The New York Times. 11 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-12-28). 
  5. ^ Villa, Angelica. A Collecting Category Emerges: How NFTs Took the Art World By Storm. ARTnews.com. 13 October 2021 [9 November 2021]. (原始内容存档于2022-06-16). 
  6. ^ Mystery buyer of US$69 million digital artwork reveals his identity. CNA. 19 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-30). 
  7. ^ Davis, Ben. The Buyers of the $69 Million Beeple Reveal Their True Identities—and Say the Purchase Was About Taking a Stand for People of Color. Artnet. 19 March 2021 [22 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-27). 
  8. ^ Reyburn, Scott. The $69 Million Beeple NFT Was Bought With Cryptocurrency. The New York Times. 12 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-23). 
  9. ^ Ravenscraft, Eric. NFTs Don't Work the Way You Think They Do. Wired. March 12, 2022 [5 April 2022]. (原始内容存档于2022-11-10). The buyer for the $69 million Beeple in March—angel investor Vignesh Sundaresan, also known as Metakovan—also owned 59 percent of the B20 tokens. B20 tokens were initially sold to the public on January 23 at 36 cents per token before hitting a high of $23.62—a 6,461 percent increase—just a couple of days before the two-week-long $69 million Beeple auction reached its end. By the end of May, B20 was back down to trading for under a dollar. As of this writing, the token is trading for 40 cents. 
  10. ^ Schneider, Tim. 'This Was a $69 Million Marketing Stunt'. Artnet News. [5 April 2022]. (原始内容存档于2022-10-17). 
  11. ^ Ongweso, Edward. The NFT Ecosystem Is a Complete Disaster. Vice. February 1, 2022 [2022-09-03]. (原始内容存档于2022-11-09). 
  12. ^ Mak, Aaron. We Now Know Who Paid $69.3 Million for a Digital Artwork—Sort Of. Slate. 12 March 2021 [14 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-29). 
  13. ^ Virtual museum to be built to house Beeple's record-breaking digital work. The Art Newspaper - International art news and events. 13 March 2021 [2 November 2021]. (原始内容存档于2022-04-28). 
  14. ^ 14.0 14.1 14.2 Davis, Ben. I Looked Through All 5,000 Images in Beeple's $69 Million Magnum Opus. What I Found Isn't So Pretty. Artnet. 17 March 2021 [17 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-28). 
  15. ^ Mak, Aaron. How in the World Did a "Digital Artwork" Sell for $69 Million at Christie's?. Slate. 11 March 2021 [24 March 2021]. (原始内容存档于2021-03-29).