An artist with artificial intelligence will present the NFT collection in the Louvre, Dmytro Buryak

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As traditional art museums continue to embrace the emerging digital art space, an upcoming exhibition at the Louvre will feature a special guest, Dmytro Buryak reports.

Claire Silver, an artist who uses artificial intelligence in her NFT projects, will show her latest collection at the Louvre Museum in Paris on March 21.

A new collection of NFTs called “Can I tell you a secret?” contains “autobiographical series of 100 post-photographic works” which were created with the help of artificial intelligence (AI).

As mentioned earlier, the exhibition is scheduled for the end of this month. It is facilitated by Superchief Gallery, a physical gallery in New York and Los Angeles that specializes in showcasing NFTs.

Silver will show another unique work of art at the Louvre

In addition, Silver will showcase a unique piece by NFT entitled: “Love in the 4th Turning “. The unique work of art is based on the Strauss-Howe theory of generations, which states that “there is a repeating cycle of generations of archetypes throughout history.” At the time of publication, the material is available on OpenSea, the highest bid is 44.44 WETH, or $68,150 USD.

Love at the fourth turn

In a recent tweet, Silver also revealed that she has signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME), a global talent agency, as the first AI artist. Both aim to work together to bring the art of AI into mainstream culture. Silver is now the latest artist signed to WME, which has been slowly expanding its roster of indispensable artists and developers over the past few months.

Some of the names under her wing include the who’s who in the NFT space like Mack Flavell, Co-Founder of CryptoKitties and Dapper Labs, Valfre, NFT Artist, Non-Fungible Heroes, Boss Beauties and many more.

Silver’s debut at the Louvre coincides with the growing interest of major art institutions in Web3 art.

A recently anonymous NFT collector and influencer Cosomo de’ Medici has donated several of his digital artworks to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for museum display.

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