NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 23 APRIL 2021
Every day Art Rights Magazine selects the best news from the world of digital art, to stay up to date!
1) Francesco Bonami enters the world of NFTs
Francesco Bonami, an internationally renowned art curator who has distinguished himself for irreverent exhibitions and a disruptive social presence with his Instagram profile The Bonamist, has communicated to the art world his decision to enter the NFT world in collaboration with Hoge Finance . Among Bonami’s reasons? Creating an NFT before the artist Anish Kapoor!
2) Plan X Art Gallery exhibits NFT works in Milan
The contemporary art gallery Plan X Art Gallery opens in Milan, in via Marsala 7, and decides to inaugurate its new headquarters with the JUXTAPOSITION exhibition dedicated to the NFT works of the artist John Paul Fauves. The gallery also auctioned Super Glitch, the artist’s first ever NFT, sold for $ 40,000 on its website.
3) Petr Davydtchenko creates the first NFT performance art
In February, Russian artist Petr Davydtchenko made the first NFT performance art. It is a digital recording entitled Perftoran, in which Davydtchenko “eats a live bat in front of the European Parliament in Brussels” to bring attention to the issue of vaccines and COVID-19. The NFT went on sale for 2.5 Ether on the OpenSea platform. At the moment there are no offers yet.
Photo Credits: Mause Trap by John Paul Fauves