Creating a unique NFT experience for your brand
Investingnft.io in collaboration with Missony art festival and Soho Friends Barcelona have been working together to offer a unique NFT experience exhibition, involving different utilities of the NFT sphere.
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experienceNFT and SOHO Friends Barcelona
Soho Friends Barcelona is hosting a real-life art gallery of NFTs, organized by InvestingNFT.io in partnership with the Missony Art Festival. “Experience NFTs,” powered by Daiara.art, is a month-long exhibition that opened on September 30 in Port Vell Studio (Soho Friends Barcelona).
When visiting the venue, which is used for events and as a co-working space, you’ll find NFTs from various categories: contemporary and classic art collections, social impact projects, fashion, graphic works, and more.
The main difference between an NFT exhibition and an art gallery is that you’re roaming in a room full of TV screens instead of canvases, with digital art often showcased in a dynamic display on screens.
NFTs are meant to live in the virtual world and aren’t expected to have a physical display. But the more NFTs become mainstream, the more we see them exhibited in public spaces.
NFT exhibition is open for all types of art
One of the most outstanding classical works in the “Experience NFT” exhibit is the digital-NFT version of Gustav Klimt’s painting “The Kiss” (1908).
Thekiss.art is showcased by the Belvedere museum in Vienna. Other participants include Samuel de Sagas-The King of hearts, Dadara Zero Banknote, Victor Garcia with “The Hoop” basketball court collection, Kiltro Gastrobar NFT community, MonArt NFTs project, CTRL/ART/D with a collection supporting Ukraine, Trustin.wine (TIW), The Art Suit marketplace, ONEG fashion collection, Stephen Vineburg, Plastic Breeze by Borja Colom, and a special surprise guest, Chilean artist Guillermo Lorca.
"There is the democratization of art; anyone with a computer can start creating their own art without needing a formal qualification. Similarly, the content can then be immediately distributed through platforms such as Foundation, OpenSea, and SuperRare rather than working through the conventional hierarchy of galleries and physical exhibitions. Finally, information about and assessment of this content can be distributed immediately through blogging and crypto-art channels".