HOFA Gallery has established itself as a pioneer and innovative visionary in the art sphere. As it approaches its 10-year anniversary, HOFA is once again showcasing its leadership in the art space, redefining the art world as we know it with its latest NFT and group exhibition, “Beyond the Heavens”.
The exhibition will begin at Art Miami from November 30 to December 5 ahead of moving to HOFA’s London Mayfair Gallery until January 10. During this time all NFTs will be live at HOFA's Metaverse space.
The event will showcase a selection of some of the rarest and highly sought-after digital works on the market today, including the likes of Yuga Labs’ Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and Larva Labs’ Meebits, along with a curated selection of works by HOFA represented contemporary artists.
The BAYC NFT is part of a headlining limited NFT collection of 10,000. The current minimum price for a single BAYC NFT is 66.66 ETH – a staggering increase from its initial offering value of 0.08 ETH this past April. The highly valued digital work has attracted notable collectors like NBA player Steph Curry, and electronic music producer and DJ Marshmello.
Meebits mark Larva Labs’ third venture in the NFT space and follows its highly successful 2D Cryptopunks. Cryptopunks were featured in HOFA’s previous NFT exhibition, “Portrait of an Era”, which was dubbed the most valuable NFT exhibition in history, receiving global acclaim.
With Meebits Larva Labs have created low-poly and voxel 3D graphics, a style used in iconic games like Minecraft and Roblox. The collection has been in the works for a few years with its creators hoping the 3D avatars will serve a timeless role in virtual worlds.
The exhibition ingeniously utilises multimedia artists such as Jan Kálab and Adam Martinakis , to bridge between the NFT portion of the exhibition and the contemporary artworks display. Polish artist, Adam Martinakis, showcases a digital 3D composition of his evocative 2012 “Golden Boy”.
Meanwhile, Czech artist, Jan Kálab, serves as the primary connector between the show’s digital and contemporary facets. His contemporary piece “Yellow Meduza” accompanies his latest NFT piece, “Breathing Turkis Lagoon.” Kálab’s digital images add an unmissable dimension of life and feeling to his work.
The exclusive and distinguished selection of works for the “Beyond the Heavens” is yet another reflection of The House of Fine Art’s commitment to continual innovation, attracting rarefied pieces of appreciating value, and representing a diverse compilation of artists.