EDOUARD follows in the tradition of polymath artists: an electronic music producer since the early days of the French Touch, a solo-exhibited photographer, an art historian, and an engineer and coder. Initially exploring the world of NFTs as a digital art collector, he realized that he could merge his diverse practices within this innovative medium. Transposing his already established artistic practice, EDOUARD evolved it to harness the possibilities of this versatile medium.
In 2023, EDOUARD had a solo exhibition in April and June at NFT Factory Paris, he published online his extensive collection of digital art, and his work was selected by ArtCrush Gallery and Hennessy. In 2024, EDOUARD starts the new year with an exhibition at IHAM Gallery featuring new works.
EXHIBITION @ IHAM GALLERY
EDOUARD and BOOYASAN, both French artists known for their versatility, have shared a mutual appreciation since their initial encounter in Feb. 2023. They chose to materialize this camaraderie through collaborative artworks created with four hands, that led to a joint exhibition at IHAM Gallery, the last show of the first NFT physical gallery in Europe at their historical location.
Feb. 1st to 7th, 2PM-8PM, opening on Feb. 1st, 6PM-9PM, 46 boulevard Henri IV, Paris.
EXHIBITION @ NFT FACTORY
EDOUARD's seminal solo exhibition happened in April and June, 2023, at NFT Factory Paris. That unique hybrid digital art exhibition was the first of its kind in France, featuring the dual role of the artist as a curator, and it was NFT Factory's first solo show.
The exhibition did not claim to represent the diversity of art NFTs or delve into their history. Rather, as collecting and creating both involve making choices, it served as a tangible example of how these actions allow for the expression of one’s taste and personality in a complementary manner. It also strived to introduce visitors to a new generation of visual artists developing outside the traditional circuits of contemporary art.
For those who missed it, a virtual replicate of the exhibition was created, which you can visit by clicking the Virtual Exhibition button. (Chrome browser recommended)