Louvre Museum showcases NFT collection

The collection will feature artificial intelligence and NFT artwork from March 21.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) artist Claire Silver is set to debut her new NFT collection at the Louvre Museum in Paris.

The exhibition will begin on March 21 showcasing “can I tell you a secret”, an autobiographical series of 100 post-photography pieces created with AI technology.

Additionally, Silver's NFT artwork “love in the 4th turning”, demonstrates a concept based on the Strauss-Howe generational theory of the “cycle of archetypes throughout history”.

The piece is currently available on the OpenSea web3 marketplace with the top bid standing at $69,073.54 at the time of writing.

The exhibition will be facilitated by Superchief Gallery, an independent artist-run gallery fronting “a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary platform” that supports the exhibit of NFTs.

Although artists have previously exhibited AI technologies, Silver’s exhibition comes at a time when art institutions worldwide are homing in on the popularity of blockchain-based creations, and the talents that curate them.

In February, NFT collector Cozomo de’ Medici (allegedly the pseudonym for rapper Snoop Dogg) donated a range of digital artwork to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Yuga Labs gifted a CryptoPunk NFT to Paris’ Centre Pompidou.

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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