Rudanovsky Foundation

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The Rudanovsky Foundation is a philanthropic organization supporting the fine arts and related activities. The foundation was established in 2015 by Kara and Pavel Rudanovsky, the great-great grandson of art collector A.K. Rudanovsky.

The foundation is experimenting with the use of blockchain to prove provenance of fine art.

Collections[edit]

Maksimilian Voloshin, watercolor "Fantastic Landscape",1917.From Daria Nikolaevna Chasovitina collection

Exhibitions[edit]

2017 - September 1-10 Russian artist Svetlana Smirnova at the State Central Museum of Contemporary History, Moscow

This exhibition is notable because it includes a public demonstration of the VerisArt blockchain technology, an early application of the technology to the domain of art.

Blockchain[edit]

Blockchain offers the possibility of a public record of the authenticity and provenance of an objet d'art and an anonymous record of ownership and transactions. It begins with a digital image of the piece. The technology promises to protect artists, collectors, and dealers. The approach is well received.

Source[edit]

http://wikipedia.org/

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