The artist Enli led Theirsverse to complete its recent Sotheby's auction with prices finalized
NEW YORK, September 16, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Enli, the artistic director of Theirsverse, showed his passion for the aesthetic of unity and incorporated elements of art, youth, entertainment, fashion, and technology. The trendy Red Queen sculpture and the 1:1 bronze "Deus ex Machina" digital collection he created were auctioned by Sotheby's with final prices of 302,400HKD and 378,000HKD, respectively.
At this auction, Enli competed with leading figures of the art industry, including contemporary masters Takashi Murakami, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hurst, and Yoshitomo Nara.
As a world-renowned art auction house, Sotheby's takes a forward-looking approach in identifying artistic value. Sotheby's showcased Enli and several other well-known contemporary artists; the auction was successfully completed at prices exceeding expectations, showcasing Enli's artistic talent and his creation of a new aesthetic for Gen Z collectors.
This piece, Deus ex Machina, was created exclusively for Sotheby's by Enli and Leng. It takes on a cyberpunk theme, representing a highly innovative, technologically advanced, future society that is also high-pressure and chaotic.
Enli created the body of #686. He incorporated his life into this work. Subsequently, Sonny Sun Fanzhe, an artist who graduated from the Central Saint Martins, took over the design. The drag queen series is one of the few gender-compatible works of art in the NFT world. Even among designer toy sculptures, spiritual connotations are rarely seen.
The Generation Z artist Enli uses the aesthetic art form of cyberpunk to create his voice. Under the spirit of co-creation, he attracted a group of young artists who believes in his values and development prospects, such as futurists Sonny Sun Fanzhe and Leng Jun. They integrated and explored fashion brands, designer toys, cosmetics, sculpture and other art forms. The auction at Sotheby's showcased Theirsverse's ambition and commitment towards their development.