Christie’s just announced the NFT project Diana Sinclair: Phases, the first Christie’s 3.0 sale, sold out. Nine lots were sold for a total of 66.77 ETH, which was 145.2% percent over the low estimate. This profitable sale indicates the auction house’s status as a progressive organization.
About the Inaugural Christie’s 3.0 Auction
The themes of the Christie’s 3.0 auction by Diana Sinclair include identity, technological advancement, and the human experience. The most expensive lot in the auction was “I Am That I Am,” which sold for 20.82 ETH, or, as of this writing, $26,071.84. The artist’s output reached an all-time high with this. In addition, “River Over Stone (Still)” by Diana Sinclair achieved an amazing 8ETH sale. Considering the state of the market right now, this is a noteworthy accomplishment.
“It was an incredible pleasure working with Diana on our debut auction for Christie’s 3.0,” said Nicole Sales Giles, Director of Digital Art Sales at Christie’s. It’s evident that many collectors, including both new and seasoned Christie’s customers, connected with her exquisite creations.
“We are happy that so many people responded to our new on-chain platform so rapidly. Giles said, referring to the new Christie’s 3.0: “A white-glove sale plus the diversity of bidders underlines Christie’s faith in Digital Art as a genuine collecting category.
About Diana Sinclair
Diana Sinclair, a multidisciplinary artist, activist, and curator, is 18 years old. Her writing is primarily on humanity and social justice. Diana Sinclair was named one of the 50 most influential individuals in NFTs by Fortune the previous year. Sinclair’s accomplishment at such a young age unquestionably illustrates the transformative potential of Web3 among Generation Z. It is safe to assume that Sinclair’s productive partnership with Christie’s solidifies her status as a key player in the NFT industry.