NFT artist Beeple building a building museum for an immersive art

    Mike Winkelmann, a digital artist, also known as Beeple, is planning to build his own museum in the US to exhibit digital art, including NFTs. Known for his record-breaking sale of NFT artwork at a Christie’s auction, the artist is now aiming to bring the NFT world to a broader audience by establishing a real-world…

    What is a generative art NFT? Inside the algorithmic art revolution

    Generative art is a digital art style in which artists use algorithms as a tool. It’s been adopted by NFT artists on platforms like Art Blocks, writes Ben Munster on Decrypt. In brief Generative art makes use of machine learning and blockchain-native randomness to produce striking, unpredictable art. At the height of the NFT boom…

    More than just JPEGs: It’s time to separate NFTs from digital art

    Not every digital artwork needs to be an NFT. After all, NFTs can already do so much more, notes Abigail Carlson on Decrypt. I had a realization recently while wandering through the Musée Matisse in Nice, France, where I went to see a temporary exhibit on David Hockney. If you’re not familiar, Hockney is considered…

    New York’s Museum of Modern Art considers buying NFTs

    The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is considering buying NFTs with some of the proceeds of an auction of William S. Paley’s art collection. MoMA has formed a team that monitors the digital art market and will consider purchasing NFTs. As the Wall Street Journal reported, the museum plans to sell $70…

    Investing in NFTs: 12 must-read tips to spot the best projects

    Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have exploded in popularity, and that has made investing in them all the more challenging. Here are 12 tips from CryptoPotato on how to spot the best NFT projects. The space of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has grown exponentially over the past year, and this produced quite a few consequences. For once, there…

    Digital and NFT art spotlighted at Art Dubai

    Art Dubai, held on March 11-13, was the most extensive fair yet, bringing together over 100 galleries from 44 nations, including more than 30 first-time participants. The fair’s 15th edition included the Art Dubai Digital pavilion with several NFT projects and digital presentations. The global art scene had to adapt after two years of the…