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Digital Art Week comes to London.

Opening next week, the launch edition of Digital Art Week comes to London across 3rd -10th Nov 2022.
A week of curated free-to-attend events brings immersive art, parties and talks to the Capital

Digital Art Week launches its first edition with 40 of the biggest names in the global digital art world, with a series of immersive events, panels, talks and installations across a range of the Capital’s most exciting venues including W1 Curates, Outernet London, 180 The Strand and Cromwell Place.

Celebrating the extraordinary creativity of emerging art formats (from animations and digital art collectibles to augmented reality, virtual reality and multi-sensory installations), this launch edition invites visitors into a portal of art experiences blurring the boundaries between the physical and digital. 

Events to look forward to include a VIP launch reception for creators, talent, and tastemakers, exhibitions with rare pieces of digital art from over 40 major artists (including XCOPY, Beeple, Andres Reisinger, Six N. Five), well-known DJ’s, digital art installations, industry panel talks and much more. It’s a great opportunity to discover immersive art in what is set to be a groundbreaking new addition to London’s art scene.  

We’re very pleased with what we achieved – not only because this is only our launch edition, spanning such a diverse spread of cutting-edge creative talent, but also because there is a real sense of excitement and optimism about digital art and immersive ‘phygital’ experiences as a whole, seeing innovative artworks and connecting with our peers in person.

Shaina Silva, co-founder of Digital Art Week.

This bold and ambitious Digital Art Week London launch is the first of many events planned in Paris, Lisbon, New York, Miami, Seoul and Tokyo. 

Digital Art Week, 3rd – 10th November, digitalartweek.io

Event Listings

Thursday 3rd – 10th November (W1 Curates): Andre Reisinger alongside director and visual artist Sam Mason will be presenting the new digital artwork ‘ANY DAY NOW’ curated by Daria Borisova.

Thursday 3rd November (W1 Curates): 
Celebrated DJs including the Menendez Brothers provide the soundtrack at an open bar with sponsor cocktails. There will also be a Fireside Chat with Jamie Burke (Outlier Ventures).

Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th November (W1 Curates): Immersive display for some of the world’s most valuable digital art curated by 33NFT and Cozomo de’ Medici.

Friday 4th November (Secret Location):  A community party with well known DJs, sponsor cocktails, art displays and networking (hosted by NFTUK, the community of art, technology and culture in the UK’s Web3 community).

Sunday 6th November (Outernet):  Digital Art Week & Smashtoshi present ‘Artists To Watch’, showcasing new and exciting talent alongside some of the biggest names in the space.

Tuesday 8th – Thursday 10th November (Cromwell Place):  Code as Gesture is curated by Metaversal in partnership with Verse.


About The Venues
W1 Curates on Oxford Street uses state-of-the-art technology to exhibit the best art with digital prowess and unmissable innovation. This space will feature 33NFT and Cozomo de’ Medici’s world famous collections across giant bespoke LED panels with an 8K resolution.
Outernet also boasts an interactive 8k screen surface accompanied by directional sound and atomised scent capabilities which helps it bring together the best content and latest immersive technology to create new experiences for music, arts, culture and creators.
180 The Strand meanwhile is an iconic Brutalist building at the heart of London’s creative community. It is a network of production and exhibition spaces that supports emerging talent and provides a platform for creative growth with rotating art installations from resident artists.

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