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Babylon Art Exhibition: 100+ Physical & Digital Works on Show in NYC

• Chainwire Babylon x NYC, an exhibition of more than 100 physical and digital artwork, will take place in New York City on April 12-13, 2023.
• The exhibition showcases works by the project’s 30 Founding Artists, such as Rik Oostenbroek, Archan Nair and Terrell Jones.
• Babylon founder Paruyr Shahbazyan’s personal collection will also be featured at the event.

Babylon Art Exhibition in New York

Chainwire Babylon x NYC is an exhibition of more than 100 physical and digital artworks that will take place in New York City on April 12-13, 2023. The project was set up by Babylon — a Web3 gallery specializing in primary sales of NFT editions.

Founding Artists

The exhibition features works by the project’s 30 Founding Artists who are well-known for their impact on the NFT art space. These include mainstream creators like Rik Oostenbroek who has worked with Mercedes-Benz, Apple and Nike; Archan Nair whose work has been featured in Rolling Stone and Vogue; and Terrell Jones whose gangster film-inspired pieces have been auctioned at Sotheby’s.

Exclusive Features

Highlights exclusive to the exhibition are works by Armenian artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan, whose debut drop on Ethereum will be hosted on Babylon; and Paruyr Shahbazyan’s personal collection which will be displayed for the first time on public display.

Babylon Founder: Paruyr Shahbazyan

Paruyr Shahbazyan is considered one of the largest independent NFT collectors whose collection is estimated around 4,000 ETH featuring rare pieces such as a 3D Glass Hoodie Punk, a Spiral Fidenza and a Red Ringer. He founded Babylon with an aim to democratize the art world through editions available via new sales mechanisms based around NFTs – much like printmaking did in 18th century.

Tickets & More Info

Tickets for the public exhibition can be purchased online here while those interested to attend private opening night can email mia@babylon.art for media representative inquiries. Event booklet can be viewed here too!