US – Validating the growing influence and community that surrounds digital art, NFT marketplace SuperRare is hosting a three-month phygital gallery in New York, featuring a rotating schedule of curated NFT artwork exhibitions and programmes.
Central to the SuperRare Gallery opening is making NFT artworks more accessible to the wider public, helping to demystify what is an often misunderstood yet fast-growing sector, while also helping to drive in-person connections and conversations among the NFT art community and its collectors. Five exhibitions will take place over the three months featuring artists from diverse backgrounds, with the debut exhibition on the theme of Visions from Remembered Futures showcasing 15 digital artists exploring science fiction and futurism, including Dangiuz, Blake Kathryn and Mari.k.
By bringing digital artworks to the masses in this way, SuperRare is embracing the rise of Crypto-and-Mortar spaces, bridging the gap between online and offline worlds, creators and customers and giving physical depth – and clarity – to Web3 experiences.
Digital platforms and brands can use physical spaces to help make new innovations and tech-led concepts easier for the public to understand