Claire Silver, an artist who utilises artificial intelligence across her non-fungible token (NFT) projects, is set to debut her new collection at the Louvre Museum in Paris later this month, reports Coindesk.
Her new collection, titled “can i tell you a secret,” is an “autobiographical series of 100 post-photography pieces created with AI,” Variety first reported. The Louvre exhibition begins on March 21 and will be facilitated by Superchief Gallery, a physical gallery space in New York and Los Angeles that exhibits NFTs.
In addition to her new collection debut, a one-of-one NFT artwork titled “Love in the 4th Turning” will exhibit at the Louvre. According to the piece’s description, its concept was based on the Strauss-Howe generational theory, which posits that “there is a recurring generational cycle of archetypes throughout history.” The piece is available on OpenSea, and at the time of writing, the top bid stands at 44.44 wrapped ether, or $68,677.
In addition to her Louvre show, Silver has signed for representation with global talent agency William Morris Endeavor (WME) as its first AI artist. “We’ll bring AI art to mainstream culture together,” she tweeted about the partnership.