In a huge token of generosity, museum trustee, Eduardo Burillo, has donated a genuine CryptoPunk to The Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami, a museum of which he is a patron.
The first Punk NFT to enter a major art museum collection, CryptoPunk 5293 represents a female punk with shocking pink lipstick and jet black hair. It will be on display at the gallery throughout the summer. The addition to the museum is seen a welcome boost to digital art and NFTs in general.
As the world comes to embrace the innovation that is CryptoArt, we expect more works to be integrated into the mainstream art realm. The adoption and willing acceptance of the once controversial medium is seen as a huge step forward for creators everywhere.
The Institute of Contemporary Art is a huge supporter of artists in Miami and the wider world. The goal of the institute is to provide support to local, emerging and under-appreciated art pioneers. Furthermore, the museum offers free admission, providing all-comers with public access to fine art all year round.
With new mediums emerging as part of the digital revolution, the museum hopes to inspire a whole generation of artists. And, by providing art scholarships, the next generation are in good hands.
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