- Frida Kahlo’s never-seen-before is displayed in Decentraland.
- The exhibition showcases the first twenty years of the famous painter’s life.
- Also, the exhibition is a love letter to the next generation of artists.
The family of the late famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo has digitized and uploaded artworks, artifacts, and family tales to the Decentraland metaverse. These are art pieces that have never been revealed before and the collection is named “Frida Kahlo Family Red House.”
The event, which took place in Decentraland from August 24th to August 28th during the third annual Metaverse Art Week, saw the first appearance of the contents in a permanent exhibition.
The artist’s family had announced that they launched the Frida Kahlo Family Red House in partnership with Ezel.Life. The Frida Kahlo Family Red House will be an immersive experience that showcases the first twenty years of the renowned artist’s life.
The partnership reportedly showcased previously unseen artwork by Frida Kahlo into the metaverse, as stated in a press release.
Exhibits from Artnet, Sotheby’s, Estée Lauder, Nick Knight, the Ukrainian Meta History of War Museum, and OpenSea: Showcasing the Next Generation of Art are also displayed in the exhibition.
The Decentraland metaverse is one of the most well-known metaverse ecosystems. The virtual world is home to a large number of well-known celebrities as well as organizations that are important to the environment.
Recently, the platform announced that it would be holding its annual Metaverse art week, during which users will be able to participate in a variety of extraordinary activities.
Creative Director of the Decentraland Foundation, Sam Hamilton, said: “This year’s Art Week is a love letter to what the next generation of artists are doing in the metaverse.”