NFT exhibition to showcase 12 distinctive global digital artists at the Louvre Palace
6 June 2023 by Diana Ambolis
A new NFT exhibition will showcase the work of 12 distinctive global digital artists at the Louvre Palace in Paris. The NFT exhibition, entitled “At First Glance – À première vue”, will run from 14 to 15 June 2023. The artists featured in the exhibition are all leaders in digital art. Their
A new NFT exhibition will showcase the work of 12 distinctive global digital artists at the Louvre Palace in Paris. The NFT exhibition, entitled “At First Glance – À première vue”, will run from 14 to 15 June 2023.
The artists at the exhibition are all leaders in digital art. Their work explores a wide range of themes, including gender, equality, speculation and technology. The exhibition will also contain a number of interactive installations that allow visitors to explore the artists’ work in a more immersive way.
The exhibition is organized by Proof of Talk, a Web3 summit that will take place in Paris on the same dates. The summit will bring together over 85 industry leaders to discuss the future of Web3.
The exhibition and the summit are testimony to the growing importance of digital art and Web3. These technologies open up new opportunities for artists to create and share their work, and they also provide new ways for people to interact with art.
The exhibition is free to attend and open to the public. Tickets for the Proof of Talk Summit are available for purchase on the event’s website.
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Here are some of the artists who will be in the exhibition:
1. Addie Wagenknecht is a German artist who creates works that explore the relationship between people and technology. Her work often uses humor and satire to comment on the ways technology is changing our lives. Wagenknecht is a pioneer in NFT art, and her work has been shown in exhibitions all over the world.
2. Andrea Bonaceto is an Italian artist who creates hyperrealistic paintings of digital avatars. Her work explores the idea of the “perfect” body and the ways in which technology is changing our perception of beauty. Bonaceto’s paintings have been shown at exhibitions in London, New York and Milan.
3. Andrés Reisinger is an Argentinian artist who creates 3D renderings of imaginary objects and environments. His works are characterized by the use of vivid colors and geometric shapes. Reisinger’s work has been shown at exhibitions in Miami, Los Angeles and Paris.
4. Auriea Harvey is a New York-based artist who creates interactive installations that explore the relationship between humans and technology. Her works often use sound, light and movement to create immersive experiences. Harvey has been commissioned by companies such as Google and Samsung to create interactive installations.
5. Benoît Challand is a French artist who creates video games and animations that explore the relationship between humans and machines. His works often deal with themes such as alienation and isolation. Challand’s video games have been screened at festivals such as the Sundance Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival.
6. Hermione Bourdin is a French artist who creates sculptures and installations that explore the relationship between people and nature. Her work often uses found objects and materials to create sculptures that are both beautiful and thought-provoking. Bourdin’s work has been shown at exhibitions in Paris, London and New York.
7. Raphael Rozendaal is a Dutch artist who creates fascinating animations that explore the beauty of mathematics and geometry. His work has been shown at exhibitions in London, New York and Paris. Rozendaal’s animations have also been featured on the websites of companies such as Google and Vogue.
8. Sarah Meyohas is an American artist who creates works that explore the intersection of art, fashion and technology. Her work often uses NFTs to create new forms of art that can be bought and sold. Meyohas has participated in exhibitions in New York, London and Paris.
9. Skygolpe is a London-based artist who creates glitch art and other forms of digital art. His work often deals with themes such as surveillance and control. Skygolpe’s work has been shown at exhibitions in London, New York and Paris.
10. Sofia Crespo is a Spanish artist who creates AI-generated art that explores the relationship between humans and technology. Her work often deals with topics such as evolution and artificial intelligence. Crespo’s work has been shown at exhibitions in Madrid, Barcelona and New York.
11. Trevor Jones is a Welsh artist who creates photorealistic 3D renderings of animals and other natural objects. His work has been shown at exhibitions in London, New York and Paris. Jones’ work has also been used in advertising campaigns for companies such as Coca-Cola and Nike.
12. Wonderkatzi is a French artist who creates colorful and playful NFTs. Her work is often inspired by pop culture and comics. Wonderkatzi’s NFTs have been sold for thousands of dollars.
The NFT exhibition at the Louvre Palace is a must-see for anyone interested in digital art, Web3 or the future of art. It’s a chance to see some of the most innovative and exciting work being created by digital artists today.