Vellum LA is the city’s first gallery dedicated to NFT-backed art. This gallery may be traditional in terms of its setting, but its art pieces are quite unconventional. Instead of typical canvases, the NFT artworks are on full display with the help of museum-grade LED screens. Vellum LA ensures digital art is accessible by having a space where it’s solely showcased.
The conversation around NFTs is often a convoluted one due to its uncertain future. Vellum LA is challenging that dialogue. They aim to bridge the art and digital world for all to enjoy. They state that their ultimate goal is to, “Situate the digital and crypto art communities within the context of art history, while also educating the public on the potential of NFTs to impact the future of art.”
In the true spirit of this community building, their next event “ARTIST WHO CODE” will feature women and non-binary artists, and is set to premiere March 24 until April 10. The digital pieces will be available for auction on the Artsy Platform from March 22 to April 5. A portion of the proceeds will go to the non-profit Girls Who Code.
For full details on how you can visit this one-of-a-kind gallery, check out Vellum LA here.
Location: 7673 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles CA 90046