Centre Pompidou NFT Exhibition Spotlights CryptoPunks and Autoglyphs


The Centre Pompidou, the largest modern art museum in Europe, is all set to exhibit NFTs, including a CryptoPunk and an Autoglyph. The museum, which houses France’s National Museum of Modern Art, will showcase NFTs from 16 digital artists from across the globe. Primarily, the upcoming exhibition will explore the relationship between art and the blockchain.

Here’s all you need to know about Centre Pompidou’s NFT exhibition:

CryptoPunk #110 is part of the NFT exhibition.

About the NFT exhibition by Centre Pompidou

This Spring, the Centre Pompidou will showcase an NFT exhibition featuring 18 projects. Works of artists such as Jonas Lund, Rafael Rozendaal, and Jill Magid are also part of the NFT exhibition. To be sure, this is a significant milestone for the Web3 industry as this is the first time that the iconic museum is accepting NFTs in its collection. The museum is famous for showcasing works of legendary artists such as Frida Kahlo, Vassily Kandinsky, and Henri Matisse, to name a few. 

Notably, the Centre Pompidou will showcase CryptoPunk #110 and Autoglyph #25…

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