© 2016 Paulina Korobkiewicz
Dadiani Fine Art is the first gallery in the United Kingdom to start accepting cryptocurrencies for works of art.
DFA will also be launching its own coin, DadiCoin (DDC), the listing of which will be announced.
Established in 2014, DFA is dedicated to both emerging and established artists, as well as to the rediscovery and nurturing of those with life-long devotion to their practice, whose work is yet to attain the recognition it merits. Recognised by museums and held in distinguished private collections, it is our aim to reintroduce their heritage to a new generation of art devotees.
Whilst working predominantly with living artists, we also care for the estates of those, whose heritage has been overlooked or forgotten or ‘undiscovered’.
Located in the heart of the art district in Mayfair, just around the corner from the Royal Academy of Arts, our distinguished gallery space at number 30 Cork Street was once home to the Peggy Guggenheim’s Jeune Gallery, launching Peggy’s career. It was here that Wassily Kandinsky had his first ever London show.
Cork Street, is historically known as the “Mecca” of art galleries, with Bond Street and the world’s most renowned auction houses just minutes walk.
Dadiani Fine Art was founded by Eleesa Dadiani, art dealer of Georgian-Jewish-Russian descent – she currently lives in London.