The fourth episode of our video show Café Moonmartre gives a short impression (filmed by a simple mobile phone) of the opening of the crypto art exhibition Not Foreseen Tsunami which took place in the Bitcoin Embassy Bar in Mexico City on March 19th, 2021.
For the third episode of our video show Café Moonmartre we have interviewed the US American crypto artist Johnny Dollar. Besides creating his own artworks, he also curates crypto art shows and gives talks about crypto art. In this interview he presents some of his own works and talks about privacy, copyright law and his experience with Virtual Reality.
Our artist Max Cryptohead has created this video based on his painting Satoshi Nakamoto, the first picture of his series 21 Heads. It also contains footage from an interview that Aaron Koenig conducted with the “Newsweek Satoshi” Dorian S. Nakamoto at the Latin American Bitcoin Conference in Bogotá, Colombia in December 2017. You can buy it as an NFT (Edition of 7).
The second episode of our video show Café Moonmartre is a short report of the Crypto Art & VR Show which took place in Miami during Miami Blockchain Week on January 29th, 2021. This event at the Bitmining Market in Wynwood featured an introduction to crypto art by Johnny Dollar, an exhibition of portraits of crypto pioneers by Max Cryptohead, a talk about Virtual Reality and a VR exhibition.
Here is an article I wrote about NFTs and Crypto Art for Be-in-Crypto, it may be helpful as an introduction for newbies:
For the first episode of our video show Café Moonmartre we have interviewed the Mexican crypto artist Gus Grillasca. He has been involved in the international crypto art movement for some years. Besides creating his own artworks, he also gives talks and seminars about crypto technology and crypto art. In this interview he presents some of his own works and speaks about how NFTs improve the situation of artists.