LTArt x The Metaverse

LTArt is proud to announce our first metaverse exhibition, featuring NFT artworks by London-based contemporary artist Gabriella Anouk.

5 October, 2022

LTArt is proud to announce our first metaverse exhibition, featuring NFT artworks by London-based contemporary artist Gabriella Anouk, known for her eye-catching hyperrealist drawings made using colouring pencils. Organised by MORROW Collective, the exhibition, titled #SlimeSeries, includes five NFT artworks, sold with their corresponding A1 prints through the LTArt website. 

The metaverse exhibition was first revealed at Camden Image Gallery, London, at the beginning of September of this year. 

Gabriella Anouk with NFT ‘Avocado Dali’ exhibited n the Metaverse, taken at Camden Image Gallery, London.

It is currently displayed at The May Fair Hotel, where guests and visitors are able to scan the QR code on the screens showing the metaverse both in the lobby and the front windows of the hotel. It will remain on display here until 25th October. 

The Metaverse displayed on a screen in the May Fair Hotel lobby. 

The metaverse serves as a virtual art gallery space. Visitors are able to browse each work and purchase them directly on the LTArt website by clicking on them. All of the NFTs offered by LTArt are purchasable using both fiat and cryptocurrencies, as well as in installments facilitated by Art Money. 

Don’t have time to browse the metaverse? Don’t worry, you can also find all of the NFTs presented in the metaverse here. 

Aurelia Clavien

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