• Ezel.Life’s Frida Kahlo Meta-Universe to be Previewed During Miami Art Week

  • Ezel.life, an NFT company focused on maximizing the value of original artwork, has announced a partnership with the Frida Kahlo family to showcase her untold stories in a metaverse. The project will be previewed at the upcoming Miami Art Week at the Sagamore Hotel. The metaphysical aspect is the red house, which is Frida’s home and is an NFT.

    About Ezel.Life

    Ezel.life is a platform that will put the artwork of artists from around the world on the blockchain. Either by working with their families, or by themselves, if they are still alive. Their aim is to expand the reach of a particular artist through the blockchain and make their work known to people all over the world. Another main goal is to grow the value of digital assets and associated revenue streams.Ezel has a repeatable process to create value for its partners.

    Further information about Miami Art Week’s events is below. The exhibition will run from Monday, November 29 to Sunday, December 5, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with a speaker panel on November 30 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. It will be located at the Sagamore Hotel. 1671 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL.

    Speaking about the event and the partnership with the Frida Kahlo family.” We are excited to showcase Frida Kahlo’s family meta-ness, which will invite everyone into her home, an inclusive space that celebrates her life and legacy while uncovering her untold story”

    About Frida Kahlo

    Frida Kahlo is a self-taught Mexican painter. She is known primarily for her portraits and works inspired by Mexican nature and artifacts. She was born in 1907 and died in 1954 at the age of 47. Her artwork was relatively unknown until the 1970s. By the early 1990s, she had not only become a recognized figure in art history, but was also seen as an icon of the Mexican-American, feminist, and LGBTQ+ movements. Caro’s work is also internationally recognized as a symbol of Mexican ethnicity and indigenous traditions, and celebrated by feminists.

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