As restrictions on many people seem to be relaxed, people who wish to leave their homes and explore their region or country can ride the non-fungible token (NFT) wave through physical exhibitions and galleries that will open in the second half of 2021. Some of them have opened their doors.
Will you open one soon in your area? Is there already one open? Do you want to travel domestically or internationally and want to experience an art medium that seems unattainable?
Let’s take a look at nine galleries in Australia, Europe and the United States around the world. They are blurring the boundaries between reality and Metaverse, some of which can only be seen through a journey through Metaverse.
Put on shoes, let’s go
Museum of Art and Philosophy: Hobart, Australia
The Australian Museum of Art and Philosophy is an NFT-focused gallery that will showcase artists originally published in its print magazine “New Philosophers and Women”. After investigating the NFT boom, the gallery’s curators believe that physical galleries will be an excellent way to display NFT, so that people can experience it for themselves.
The opening will be held at the same time as the “Dark Mofo” Music Festival in Hobart from June 16 to 22. Everyone is invited to come and watch the entire content of NTF.
Two galleries in Russia are planning or have organized galleries and exhibitions to showcase and educate people about the world of contemporary art and NFT. With the boundaries open to football fans, these galleries are planning to open their doors to the digital art and NFT world.
Underground Museum: Moscow, Russia
The underground museum is located in Zaryadye Park in Moscow. Visitors can see the works of contemporary Russian artists and some features of Russian NFT artists. These works and exhibitions are changed at least every two weeks, and the NFT displayed in this gallery will be auctioned on Rarible.
For example, here is an excerpt from Fayaz Azizov’s NFT video “Waves”, which came from the second “Sovrisk #Onstream” exhibition that opened on May 20.
Hermitage Museum: St. Petersburg, Russia
Although little is known about the actual opening of the exhibition, the world-renowned Hermitage Museum is seeking Open gallery to display and explore NFT art, And seminars hosted by ITMO University’s speakers and museum staff and curators. The project plans to be the first exhibition in Russia to explore the practicality of NFTs, and to study how its works challenge traditional copyright control and ownership.
Three galleries in Europe are dedicated to showcasing NFTs, showing how the new era of digital and blockchain art is likely to influence new art movements.
Kiwie Space: Riga, Latvia
The Kiwi Space showroom hosted by Kiwie 1001, Shows many different NFT artists And their contribution to the NFT field. Located in Galerija Centrs, which has a history of more than 100 years, this public exhibition showcases budding NFT artists and all the new things in the digital art space-voted by Kiwie 1001 Discord users. The exhibition starts in early June, if you want to support emerging artists and promising industries, please go to Riga.
Francisco Carolinum Linz: Linz, Austria
From June 11th to September 15th, the “Proof of Art” exhibition was held in Francisco Caroline Linz and was promoted as one of the world’s first exhibitions about NFT: the history, application, and future of non-fungible tokens The prediction and influence will be about the art world.
The museum will focus on introducing visitors to the world of NFT and ensuring that the public understands what is actually happening and how it works.In order to bring the excitement home, Francisco Carolinum Linz also put up It is in the Cryptovoxels online museum based on Ethereum, ensuring that everyone who wants to learn about NFT can do it in any comfortable environment.
Museum of Modern African Art: Amsterdam, Netherlands
This is the last week of your first NFT gallery in Amsterdam showing portraits of African kings and queens. The NFT exhibition about the King of Africa by the artist known as the “portrait painter” is currently on display at the Museum of Modern African Art (MoMAA), as one of the first exhibitions to proudly represent African art and history on the blockchain and NFT community. Check out The Portraitist’s work before June 18.
Towards a new world
This summer, three famous exhibitions will open in the United States, as citizens welcome fresh air and open galleries. They span three different regions and three different cities in the country. Each city has its own unique culture and environment. They come together for one goal: to promote the world of NFT art.
Blackdove: Miami, Florida
With miami swift Become a hot spot for everything in the blockchain, Blackdove Gallery has indeed done it in trying to change the way people view NFT. With the joint efforts of more than 50 international artists, the gallery has contributed more than 100 NFT artworks, and this gallery will definitely make waves in the crypto community.
Blackdove will open on June 3rd, and audiences can also choose to purchase NFT on the spot, allowing audiences to directly support artists and giving people the opportunity to own this new contemporary digital art work of their own.
imnotArt: Chicago, Illinois
After developing his own online NFT gallery, the creator of imnotArt Metaverse decided to open the first physical NFT gallery on the streets of Chicago and expand it to the streets of Chicago.
The gallery opened on June 3, claiming to be “not a pop-up window”. The goal of the gallery creator is to create a new way of combining physical reality and Metaverse to create a unique environment.
It is happening… in 30 days!
✅Chicago’s first NFT gallery (not a pop-up window)
✅6/3 Opening event
✅Unique digital/physical experience
(And this is just the beginning)
— ImnotArt (@im_not_art) May 2, 2021
Wonderful moment: Venice Beach, California
As a way to welcome beach visitors into the NFT world, Venice Beach Gallery Bright Moments is showing NFT and bringing the virtual world into reality. In addition, the gallery also arranged art exhibitions, speakers and other activities, and invited more people to book, educate visitors and provide a fun and fresh environment for NFT enthusiasts and skeptics.
Stuck at home?
Although it is exciting to experience these physical galleries in person, there are still some galleries in Metaverse that you can visit from the comfort of your home-including the aforementioned Francisco Carolinum Linz, and others, such as Crypto Art Museum Located in the Somnium space.
There are many ways to jump on the NFT train, and the gallery continues to open in the physical world and Metaverse. Therefore, no matter which platform suits your needs, you can chase excitement anywhere.