Digital Art Fair Xperience Brings Art and NFTs to Hong Kong Again

This year's Digital Art Fair is coming back to Hong Kong bigger than ever, with a variety of physical art, NFTs, and interactive experiences.

Digital Art Fair Xperience Brings Art and NFTs to Hong Kong Again

From October 20 to November 6, Digital Art Fair is hosting an interactive and immersive ‘Xperience’ in Hong Kong, which is a follow up to their 2021 fair that hosted more than 25000 visitors. We interviewed Gillian Howard, Founder of Digital Art Fair, on a previous episode of the Neustreet X podcast and it’s exciting to see her latest vision come to life.

This Digital Art Fair Xperience will feature over 400 digital artworks and around 70 international artists including famed artist Fewocious, whose NFTs have set records for some of the highest ever NFT sales. Some well-known galleries such as Unit London and de Sarthe will also be participating. The artworks will be featured across five zones, from the Prestige Zone that is dedicated to exhibiting world-class digital art all the way to the Virtual Zone, which will be hosting augmented and virtual reality experiences. Visitors will be invited to create their own digital and generative artworks, to be displayed in a video wall on the venue’s facade. LG Electronics Hong Kong is the event’s exclusive digital screen partner and will be presenting artworks digitally and in virtual reality using some of their newest products.

The fair will also be hosting Jacky Tsai, who has made a name for himself in Web3 through his work that combines both East and West pop art. One of his biggest achievements has been a programmable NFT piece, a Chinese Floral Skull, which sold for $302,400 at Sotheby’s last year. He also recently partnered with Martell brand to design the cognac house’s first NFT. This combination of digital and physical art, where NFTs continue to play a major role, is something we expect to see more of in the future across all different art fairs all over the world. The Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong is just the beginning.