Superchief opens first-ever gallery dedicated to NFT art in New York City

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Mainstream adoption of nonfungible tokens doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime quickly because the first-ever artwork gallery devoted solely to NFT-backed artwork has opened in New York Metropolis. 

Superchief, an artist collective that operates galleries in New York and Los Angeles, introduced the launch of the brand new gallery within the Union Sq. neighborhood. The gallery will show NFTs through a collaboration with Blackdove, a producer of high-resolution digital artwork show screens.

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The primary exhibition, titled “Season One Starter Pack” (probably a nod to the online game/digitial artwork cultural crossover) casts a large web, that includes over 300 artists. Every of the artists can be auctioning a one-of-one NFT of their displayed work, in addition to a 72-print drop. The gallery can be accepting cryptocurrency in addition to bank card funds.

The exhibition joins a spate of doubtful “first-ever” claims from varied galleries and museums world wide desirous to show NFT-based work — doubtful as a result of Cryptopunks have been on display in galleries as early as 2017, and pioneers like Kevin Abosch have been displaying blockchain-based artwork properly earlier than NFTs have been even an idea.

Russia’s Hermitage museum will be hosting a NFT exhibition set to incorporate works from artists like Abosch, and on Friday, a museum in Beijing opened what it claimed to be the primary “main” NFT exhibition.

Likewise, critic, collector and artist Kenny Schacter is planning a dual physical-and-virtual show at German gallery Nagel Draxler on April 9, probably a world’s first, which can run concurrently within the Metaverse on the Museum of Crypto Artwork and the Museum of Modern Digital Artwork.

The spree of establishments follows a now-legendary run of NFT headlines over the previous couple of months. As soon as thought-about a technical area of interest, NFTs at the moment are seemingly in all places — even on the evening news. Likewise, main media publications which historically have ignored blockchain fully at the moment are overlaying NFTs, partly as a result of absurd sums of cash flooding into the house. This month, legendary public sale home Christie’s offered a piece by digital artist Beeple for over $69 million.