For decades, artists have worked across physical and digital canvases, especially in public installations, where a virtual component can lend a futuristic frisson to traditional works. The current brouhaha about NFTs – digital artworks to which proof of ownership can be bought, assigning currently indeterminate rights to the buyer – makes the Serpentine Gallery’s New Fiction exhibition feel especially of the moment, however. The show (admission free) features physical and digital works by Kaws, AKA the Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly, the digital works viewed via a third-party augmented reality app downloaded on to a smartphone.
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In an exciting collaboration, American artist Kaws has teamed up with London’s Serpentine Gallery and online video game Fortnite to bring his renowned artwork to the metaverse. Could this be the most-attended art show ever?. Kaws‘s exhibition, New Fiction, is currently on display at Serpentine North while simultaneously being...
The New Yorker has made a virtual art show to take place within the smash-hit game – and a real-life one at London’s Serpentine with a touch of augmented reality. Can it get young gamers into galleries?
Just four days into the new year, we already have a strong contender for the worst collaboration of 2022. Kaws, the street artist beloved by hypebeasts for putting Xs on things, took to Instagram to reveal his upcoming collaboration with The North Face and in the process may have initiated the beginning of the end of the outdoor trend.