ARTSKY LABS – Pace Gallery Holds First Web3 Solo Exhibit Featuring Tyler Hobbs

ARTSKY LABS – Pace Gallery Holds First Web3 Solo Exhibit Featuring Tyler Hobbs

Pace Gallery has announced its first ever web3 solo exhibit, featuring the work of artist Tyler Hobbs. The exhibit, which opens on March 18th, will feature a variety of digital art pieces, including sculptures, paintings, and interactive installations.

Hobbs is a digital artist and sculptor who has been creating art for over a decade. His work often focuses on themes of identity, technology, and the human experience. He has had numerous solo exhibitions in the past, including shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

The Pace Gallery exhibit will feature some of Hobbs’ most iconic works, including his “Monolith” sculpture, a large sculpture made of digital components and materials. Other pieces will include interactive installations that allow viewers to explore the artist’s creative process.

The exhibit is part of Pace Gallery’s continued exploration of web3 technology, which is a new way of creating and experiencing art online. The gallery is hoping to use the exhibit as an opportunity to introduce viewers to the potential of web3 art.

“We are excited to present Tyler Hobbs’ work in this new medium,” said Pace Gallery director, David Zwirner. “Tyler’s work is a perfect example of the possibilities of web3 art, and we hope that this exhibit will inspire viewers to explore the potential of this new medium.”

The exhibit will be open to the public from March 18th to April 18th. Tickets are available now and can be purchased online. For more information, visit the Pace Gallery website.