The House of Fine Art (HOFA) is all set to launch an exquisite hybrid NFT exhibition in London later this month. Called “Portrait of an Era,” the exhibition will showcase a range of physical and digital artworks.
The show will go live on September 23 and will close on October 7. Art and NFT-enthusiasts can either visit the show in person at the HOFA gallery in London or via HOFA’s VR mobile and web App.
What artworks are part of HOFA’s NFT Exhibition?
The artworks part of the show is estimated to be collectively worth over $20 million. Some of the most popular NFT collections like CryptoPunks, Autoglyphs, and Meebits, are part of the show. Bored Ape Yacht Club, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, and Art Blocks are some of the other NFTs in the exhibition.
Sculptures by Dutch artist Joseph Klibansky and canvases by French artist Sepand Danes are some of the other artworks in the show. Meanwhile, British artists King Nerd will drop his genesis NFT during the exhibition. Nerd is famous for his intricate coin designs.
However, it is the six Sealed Cryptopunks that steal the limelight! These rare Punks will be printed as unique lithographs signed by Larva Labs Co-Founder, John Watkinson. Furthermore, they come with sealed envelopes containing the 12-word seed phrase which grants ownership of the NFTs online.
Remarkably, only 24 such Sealed Cryptopunks are in existence. Recently, auction house Sotheby’s auctioned five of these rare Punks. Meanwhile, Christie’s Hong Kong gallery will auction another four this month. The rest all belong to private collections.
“It will be a chance-in-a-lifetime to see the six punks exhibited together at HOFA Gallery,” HOFA said in a statement.