The world’s first NeoMaster ™ paintings under a Picasso and a Modigliani now on display in London
– Scott Birnbaum, CEO of the MORF gallery
LONDON, United Kingdom, June 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Oxia Palus, a London-based new age tech company dedicated to using artificial intelligence to resurrect the world’s most important lost works of art, won the award for best innovation in the creative arts at CogX 2021 June 14.
George Cann and Anthony Bourached, Ph.D. candidates at University College London, founded Oxia Palus in 2019 after attending CogX, a festival at the intersection of AI and industry, helping attendees to network and draw inspiration from the potential crossroads of different technological innovations. Anthony Bourached, Co-Founder of Oxia Palus, said: “It was no surprise that George attended sessions on x-ray analysis of repentance and style transfer for art at CogX. These two independent innovative technologies are at the heart of the direction that inspired our work. Now, two years later, Oxia Palus brings back to CogX a revolutionary innovation inspired by these two ideas creating an impressive vision. Bourached went on to say, “As CogX is one of the key points in the creation of Oxia Palus, it is such a great privilege to receive the award for best innovation in the creative arts here.
Oxia Palus has partnered with MORF Gallery, a Silicon Valley and Hollywood-based fine art creator, facilitator and provider who enables technologies such as AI, neuroscience, robotics and NFT to transport their groundbreaking research to the art world for collectors, investors and art lovers. The companies have jointly developed two patent-pending technologies to bring AI-created works of art to the web and then protect them from counterfeiting. Scott Birnbaum, CEO of MORF Gallery, said: “We are very proud that Oxia Palus, one of our five founding artists, has won such a prestigious award on the world stage. Innovation is at the heart of MORF’s DNA, and Oxia Palus shows it so elegantly with its ability to rediscover historic art lost over time through artificial intelligence.
To celebrate the start of this new era in art, the MORF Gallery is hosting a live screening of Oxia Palus’ NeoMasters ™ as well as a Q&A session with CogX winners George Cann and Anthony Bourached at 6:00 PM BST on June 17, 2021. Interested parties can join in person at Lebenson Gallery – London or virtually by contacting [email protected] MORF is teaming up with the Lebenson Gallery to present the NeoMasters ™ exhibition for the first time publicly until the end of June. Two paintings will be exhibited, one found under a Picasso and a second under a Modigliani.
The world’s first Neomaster ™ was first discovered painted as Picasso’s “Crouching Misereuse”, known as “The Crouching Beggar” (1902). This hidden work of art believed to be from Parc del Laberint d’Horta near Barcelona, a place long recognized as a fundamental influence for Santiago Rusiñol and Pablo Picasso. Using processed X-ray fluorescence images of “The Crouching Beggar” and paintings by Rusiñol, Oxia Palus reconstructed the lost masterpiece – Parc del Laberint d’Horta using AI. Art collectors and savvy investors now have the rare opportunity to collect one of the numbered NeoMaster limited editions currently priced at $ 11,111.11.
The second NeoMaster in the world was discovered hidden under Amedeo Modigliani’s “Portrait of a Girl” (1917) currently held at the Tate in London. The figure of a woman suggested by researchers is Modigliani’s ex-lover Beatrice Hastings was painted by Modigliani a year after the couple ended a tumultuous relationship in 1916. NeoMaster 2 is now available from $ 22,222.22. Only 64 canvas editions of the world’s second NeoMaster will be available, one to commemorate each year of Hasting’s life.
The NeoMaster is delivered to customers as a framed painting on canvas, comes with a MORF Gallery ArtStick ™ showcasing the award-winning neomastic process, and includes an NFT. To learn more about the world’s first two NeoMasters or to arrange a private consultation, visit www.morf.gallery.
MORF Gallery is a Silicon Valley and Hollywood-based creator, facilitator and supplier of artwork by award-winning artists who produce unique and limited edition pieces using cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence , machine learning, robotics and neuroscience. MORF Gallery adds a new experiential dimension with an industry-first NFT ArtStick ™ that turns any TV into a growing art gallery that takes the premium collection to a new level for art lovers. art, collectors and investors in NFT art. ArtStick ™ is a registered trademark of MORF Gallery. Artists wishing to know more about the possibility of being part of the MORF gallery collective can contact [email protected]
Oxia Palus is a London-based artificial intelligence startup founded by two PhD students. applicants to University College London with the mission of resurrecting the world’s lost art. Oxia Palus has designed a proprietary approach combining artistic creation and technology. In April 2021, Oxia Palus and the MORF gallery unveiled and sold the world’s first NeoMaster ™ – “Parc del Laberint d’Horta” – a lost masterpiece painted under Picasso’s crouching beggar from 1902, resurrected on canvas using spectroscopy, artificial intelligence and 3D printing. with an NFT. NeoMaster ™ is a registered trademark of Oxia Palus.
CogX is now in its fifth year as the Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI and Transformational Technology. It addresses the question “How to succeed in the next 10 years?” “. Over 44,000 participants registered for the event, including 3,500 senior executives. Over 1,000 speakers took to the stage, including technology leaders like NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang Jensen Huang, iPod inventor and iPhone co-inventor Tony Fadell and actors Robert Downey Jr. and Matthew McConaughey.
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