Kenny Schachter:
NFTism and You

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Course Description 
The subject of NFTs has held a tight grip on many conversations in the art world and beyond since its unexpected boom in 2020. With enthusiasts and skeptics clashing on this new phenomenon, we invite Kenny Schachter—writer, curator, art dealer, and self-proclaimed NFT expert—to tackle the subject in detail. Schachter has been selling his own NFT works and has curated the most extensive NFT exhibition this year, titled NFTism: No Fear in Trying. In this course, Schachter will look at how NFTs changed the art world and advise how you can join the NFT market.
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Meet the Presenter

Kenny Schachter

Kenny Schachter is an artist, art writer, curator, collector, educator, and art dealer. Schachter is most famously known for his regular column at Artnet, with his provocative yet playful takes on the art market. Schachter has also been curating contemporary art shows for more than 30 years, starting with pop-up exhibitions in New York City; and teaching at institutions like SVA, University of Zurich, and NYU. He has also exhibited his own art internationally and has recently sold NFTs of his own work. In 2021, Schachter curated an NFT exhibition with 100 artists titled NFTism: No Fear in Trying. Schachter’s own artworks have been featured in auctions, and he has auctioned off pieces from his own art collection with Sotheby’s in 2019, titled The Hoarder, which presented his wide-ranging, eclectic tastes. 
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