Shop the Show: This Virtual NFT Bazaar Is Showcasing the Work of 14 Rising Digital Artists

The virtual exhibition organized by Salomon Arts Gallery is open through the end of the week.

Martin Abrahams, Man at Door(NFT). Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.
Martin Abrahams, Man at Door. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

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What You Need to Know: New York City just wrapped up NFT.NYC, a major week of NFT- and crypto-related events. One of those events, however, is still ongoing in the virtual realm: Bitbasel Bazaar, organized by New York’s Salomon Arts Gallery, is the curated sale of NFTs that is aiming to introduce blockchain-based art to a more traditional art world. The exhibition includes the works of 14 different NFT artists.

Why We Like It: The gallery ultimately sees NFTs as a way for artists to navigate precarious financial times and has brought together artists working across of range of styles—from photography to comic strip-style aesthetics to more painterly experiences. Artists included in the show are the NFT celebrity artist Osinachi, Stacy Engman, Espen Kluge, Martin Abrahams, Lynn Bianchi, Claudio Castillo, Bharat Dalal, Tatyana Murray and Edwina Sandys, Tom Erik Smith, Floyds Facets “Fabiello”, David “Cliff of Anxiety” O’Reilly, Julia K. Ponsford also known as “Requiem Sylo.”

What the Gallery Says: “The goal of this event is to bridge traditional and digital crypto arts and demonstrate why using blockchain technology will create a new way to reduce content piracy, improve the distribution of royalties, and most importantly, democratize oversight of digital assets,” said Scott Spiegel, Bitbasel co-founder.

Browse works from the exhibition below.

Lynn Bianchi
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Lynn Bianchi, Untitled. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

Lynn Bianchi, Untitled. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

Stacy Engman
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Stacy Engman, ARTROYALTY. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

Stacy Engman, ARTROYALTY. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.


Martin Abrahams
Monster Fire (NFT)
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Martin Abrahams, Monster Fire. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

Martin Abrahams, Monster Fire. Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.


Claudio Castillo
[email protected] (2021)
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Claudio Castillo, FLORIDA@5 (2021). Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

Claudio Castillo, [email protected] (2021). Courtesy of Bitbasel Bazaar.

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