Batch of Start F20 - What does the Future of Art look like?

December 1, 2020
Written by 
Jessica Soueidi

When I look back on my art school years in France, I feel like art schools unconsciously teach art students to speak to one small audience: educated and wealthy people with an interest in arts and culture.

Young artists aren’t able to make a living from their art it’s because the art industry is elitist, outdated, and it isn’t relevant for new buyers: Millenials and Gen-Z. This new audience spends a lot of time online looking for inspiring and meaningful content. Therefore, it is important that visual artists share their artworks and visions through social media, and interact with their audiences.

Instagram gives them the opportunity to showcase their artworks in a global market. However, with more than a billion subscriptions on Instagram, their content isn’t nearly visible at all. And there is almost too much available for buyers.

Art From Future makes it easy for one to discover and invest in the artists of the future. We are on a mission to make the art world more entertaining and inclusive: what if you were the discoverer of the next super-star artist? Let’s create a new art world together. Join us on Instagram: @artfromfuture_platform

Kiuas F20 questions:

What was your childhood dream job?
I wanted to become a pop star just like Britney Spears.

If you would get 1 billion euros right now, what would you do?
I would give some to my family in Lebanon whose flats were recently destroyed by the explosion, to Malala Fund to help girls around the world get access to education, and also for children's hospitals.

Choose: A world without smartphones vs a world without food delivery. Why?
A world without food delivery. I rarely order food and smartphones are the best <3

If you had a dollar for every idea you have come up with, how much money would you have?
Maybe 100 dollars haha

Ideal date: drinks or coffee? Why?
Coffee because I can get some cake with it too! Yummy

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