The well-known blockchain artist and DJ, Agoria, is all set to present his famous art at the Musee d’Orsay in Paris. The city is going to hold the first-ever NFT art exhibition, which will run from February 13 to March 10.
Musee d’Orsay Exhibition
The upcoming NFT art exhibition will have a large number of participants displaying their art and creations from February 13 to March 10 in Paris. Not to mention, DJ Agoria will display his renowned creations at the Musee d’Orsay.
Notably, he will exhibit two of his art pieces, which show the gap between 19th-century art and contemporary technology, at the ‘Le Code d’Orsay’ exhibition. Furthermore, there will be a musical tribute to the Musee d’Orsay, which will enhance the event’s experience.
In addition to that, visitors will gain an extraordinary and multi-sensory experience on the opening day. Musee d’Orsay tweeted from its official account, inviting artists and creators from the digital space. They specifically tagged DJ Agoria, confirming his presence at the event.
Musee d’Orsay Event Details
Firstly, Le Code d’Orsay will showcase DJ Agoria’s ‘Sigma Lumina’ at the event as a highlight. This particular piece is a sculpture that makes a QR code shadow when lit from above. What’s more, people can scan it with their smartphones and it will lead them to the Tezos network. Further, they can view art pieces such as Caillebotte, Degas, and Renoir.
Subsequently, Agoria’s second masterpiece will be there, which is called ‘The Painter’s Studio.’ This art is derived from the blockchain and the innovative concepts of biological generative art. Agoria has showcased this masterpiece with a Twitter thread, telling more about it to the enthusiasts.
The Musee d’Orsay is going to display both of these creations together, showing Agoria’s innovative and artistic approach. Also, the Musee will endorse it with its leadership. Finally, this art and sculpture, blended with music and technology, will provide visitors with a great experience.
Besides, it will provide an opportunity for the physical and digital work artists and enthusiasts to converge, along with the explorations of the past and the future.