Supercief opens first gallery dedicated to NFT Art in New York City
Located in Union Square, the facility will showcase NFT at auction on high-resolution screens.
The huge unhappy token assumption did not seem to take off anytime soon, as the first art gallery was opened exclusively by NFT by NFT to New York City.
Superchief, the collective artists operating galleries in New York and Los Angeles, announced the launch of the new gallery in the Union Square district. The gallery will showcase NFT through a manufacturer of high-resolution digital art display screens.
The first exhibition, titled "Season One Starter Pack" (possibly a nod at the cultural union of video games/digital art) a large network, with over 300 artists. Each of the artists will have a bid on one of the NFTs, one of their work exhibited, as well as a bid on 72 prints.
The gallery will accept cryptocurrencies and credit card payments.
The exhibition follows a series of dubious "Firsts" statements from various galleries and museums around the world that they are willing to show NFT-based work based on NFTs, a bit dubious because PAMPS' crypto has already been exhibited in 2017 in galleries and pioneers like Kevin. Abosch has been Kain Block based art, before NFTs were a concept.
Russia's Hermitage Museum will host an NFT exhibition, which will include artists like Abosch, a museum in Beijing Open, which claimed to be the first major NFT exhibition.
Likewise, the mainstream media traditionally ignored Blockchain now, now cover NFTs, in part due to the absurd sums of money flooding the space.
This month, legendary auction house Christie sold a work by the digital artist bee for more than $69 million USD.
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