Announcing the Exhibition of New Work by Soleil Nation

The Blockchain Center Miami and Bits And Tokens are happy to announce a major exhibition of new work by 5-YEAR-OLD artist and designer, Soleil Nation showing exclusively during Art Basel Week.

Miami Beach, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Miami, FL – The Blockchain Center Miami and Bits And Tokens are happy to announce a major exhibition of new work by 5-YEAR-OLD artist and designer, Soleil River Nation showing exclusively at Blockchain Center Miami, December 3-6, 2019 in conjunction with the 18th edition of Art Basel.

Having just been named the nation’s newest Little Dreamer, Miss Nation has been invited to display at the first-ever Art x Tech exhibition, featuring one of a kind immersive art experience.

Curated by ATO Gallery and multiple independent blockchain artists, Art x Tech will exhibit artists from around the world presenting acclaimed works in various mediums such as painting, sculpture, sustainable installations, live performances, and film and video projections.

Though only 5, Soleil’s work inspires emotions that the viewer can feel in their soul. Her paintings are condensed versions of colors, energy, and emotions, and her art, titled “Hearts to Give,” is an explosion of the emotions and raw feelings she experienced the first time she learned about children living in poverty.

Soleil started painting at age four, and was the youngest artist to showcase her paintings during the first only kids’ exhibit, happening simultaneously with Art Basel in Miami Beach in 2018 – “Wonder”. Since then she has been accumulating private collectors and her works hang in many prestigious homes and collections. Recently, one of her pieces was sold for thousands of dollars at a live-auction, during the 5th annual gala for Little Dreams Foundation (founded by Phil and Orianne Collins) in which she was also their first and the youngest ‘Little Dreamer’ art award recipient. Because of her talent, she was awarded private tutelage by the world-renowned legendary artist, Romero Britto.

To learn more please visit Soleil visit: https://soleilnation.com or call 518 491 5088

Carrie Eldridge, Founder of ATO Gallery, curator of the exhibit said: “This inclusive exhibition bridges the gap between experiencing the benefits of technology within a fair, and will be a game changer and raise the bar for future Miami Art Week and perhaps Art Basel fairs. Unlike many fairs, we will not only sell art, but educate, perform, and ignite discussion around how the art industry can be more malleable and accepting of technological advancements.”

The fact that a child is being given a serious opportunity to display art physical and virtual exemplifies the fact that this is a pivotal time in art industry. The convergence of art and technology which provides for more equitable access for artist regardless of age, and gender proves we are on the right track.

About ATO Gallery

ATO believes people should own all of their art, meaning all the data aBamiiBeachttached to it. Using patent-pending technology, ATO has designed software that allows artists and collectors to understand the value of their art for its entire lifecycle. Knowing how well an artist’s collection sells, real-time demand, resale values, and many other factors allow them to speculate with insight. The ATO Platform also facilitates the ability to invest in artists much like a patron, but with a potential for a future return based on their career growth. The ability to stay connected to artists is one of the many things missing from the current art market. ATO is on a mission to expand the art market by

To learn more about ATO Gallery: https://atogallery.com

About The Blockchain Center Miami

Founded in 2019, The Blockchain Center Miami is dedicated to providing beginner to expert level blockchain education and bringing comprehensive education courses to support the crypto economy.

Strategically located in downtown Miami’s business district, the center is the hub of the Americas for developers, entrepreneurs and investors to learn and network on the topics of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and digital assets.

To learn more about The Blockchain Center Miami visit www.blockchaincenter.com

About Bits and Tokens

Bits And Tokens is South Florida’s fastest-growing media company and the premier content creation team for some of your favorite crypto influencers and blockchain companies. A team of three, “BNT”, as their friends and colleagues call them, delivers the highest quality video, print, and virtual reality experiences possible by leveraging existing and emerging technologies. BNT also hosts events and conferences in the blockchain space, with a focus on education and collaboration between event-goers and presenters.

To learn more about Bits and Tokens visit www.BitsAndTokens.com

Gallery Dates and Times

Tuesday, December 3, 2019, to Friday, December 6

Gallery Opens: 11am – 7pm

Panel Discussions: 7pm – 10:30pm

Pre-pay for parking through RSVP link

To purchase tickets for the Art X Tech visit website

For more info please contact:

Maria Sabando at maria@blockchaincenter.com

Annalese Abreu at annalese@bitsandtokens.com

Media Contact: Remy Aquino-Nation at pr@remynation.co –

Phone Number – 518 491 5009

Image: Portrait of Soleil Nation by Mitchell Zach, courtesy Little Dreams Foundation.

Contact Info:
Name: Remy Nation
Email: Send Email
Organization: Soleil Nation
Address: 2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33140, United States
Phone: +1-518-491-5009
Website: https://soleilnation.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88936712

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