Yuga Labs and Larva Labs Donated NFTs to France’s Largest Modern Art Museum
Key Points: Yuga Labs and Larva Labs donated NFT art for the Centre Pompidou’s permanent collection.
The museum has CryptoPunk #110, and Autoglyph #25.
Both NFTs are part the permanent collection of the museum.
NFT artwork was donated by Larva Labs to the Centre Pompidou for their permanent collection. The network is viewed as a medium with many possibilities. Centre Pompidou announced plans for a permanent exhibition that will focus on the relationship between art and non-fungible assets on blockchain. 16 digital artists were represented, including some well-known collectibles such as CryptoPunk #110 or Autoglyph #25.
“With CryptoPunk #110, one of the most popular NFT series of it kind, being added to the National Museum of Modern Art’s collection, the Centre Pompidou continues its interest in digital art and the blockchain. Web3 is an innovative territory artists have seized upon to create new and daring work. This collection reaffirms our support of artists in their quest for new expression, which is the foundation for modern art.
Yuga, the CryptoPunks IP’s Owner, gave the NFT to the gallery as part of its Punks Legacy Project. CryptoPunk #305 was presented to Miami’s Institute of Contemporary Art as part of an initiative to place CryptoPunks in renowned institutions around the globe in November. Larva Labs, the original creator of CryptoPunks, has created an Ethereum-based generative arts project that uses only 512 NFTs. Larva Labs, the original creator of CryptoPunks, has created an Ethereum-based generative art project using only 512 NFTs. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: https://linktr.ee/coincuHaroldCoincu NewsTags: Centre PompidouFranceLarva LabsNFTYuga Labs