NFT Magazine is the world's leading platform for crypto art, spotlighting prominent digital artists and emerging talent as well as galleries and collectors. NFT Magazine comprises of a digital editorial, podcast and Crypto Art Fair which is hosted internationally. Our aim is to democratise art, illuminating the diverse voices and perspectives of the digital art world by fostering spaces where we can entertain, educate and inspire our global audience.
NFT Magazine was founded in 2020 by Xhois and Rodni Baja, with the aim of becoming the definitive resource for crypto art. Through our exciting curation, we championed digital artists in the newly blossoming NFT scene and quickly amassed a large online following, becoming the most influential crypto art platform.
NFT Magazine created Crypto Art Fair to transcend virtual boundaries and host global events that brought NFTs to life. We created an event for people to engage with NFTs beyond their computer screens in isolation, as well as to bring NFTs to the eyes of the general public through a unique visual experience.
In 2021, NFT Magazine hosted the first groundbreaking Crypto Art Fair in the heart of Times Square NYC on a 15,000 Sq Ft billboard as well as through an augmented reality experience. Times Square became our canvas, exhibiting over 70 artists. Crypto Art Fair also exhibited over 30 artists at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, where members of the royal family were in attendance.
In 2023 Gretchen Andrew (Editorial Director) and Mia Stern (Contributing Editor) from the Crypto Mermaids joined NFT Magazine with a joint vision of creating a vibrant hub that embraces all digital art lovers.
Gretchen Andrew is an artist who hacks systems of power with art, code, glitter and increasingly the written word. Known for her playful hacks on major art world and political institutions, including Frieze, The Whitney Biennial, Artforum, The Turner Prize, and auction record results and Google’s display of the 2020 presidential election results. In these digital performances she reimagines reality with art and desire. The feminine and trivialized materials of her Vision Boards, Affirmation Ads, and NFT Thirst Trap Glitch Gifs, purposefully clash with the male-dominated worlds of AI, programming, and political control they also operate within. Her new series, deGenerative Art will be released at Art Basel Miami 2023. Gretchen’s studio project Crypto Mermaids seeks to empower those who feel isolated from Web3 through technical and financial education.
Mia Stern is a French-American writer and curator with a background in art history and cultural policy. Her main topics of interest are new media arts and the structures underpinning contemporary digital visual culture at large. Following her experience at the Centre Pompidou’s new media department and writing about NFTs for Taschen, Mia joined the Crypto Mermaid team to help demystify male dominated topics of knowledge.
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