TriumphX & Special Art Joint Project
The <Seoullo Exhibition> jointly planned by TriumphX, a developer of a cross-chain-based decentralized NFT platform with SPECIAL ARTS, will open on November 2nd. In addition, the works introduced in this outdoor open exhibition will be released as NFT series.
Special Art is a social enterprise that supports talented artists with developmental disabilities who have difficulties in entering society so that they can work and become socially independent. The works of special art that are not standardized and contain a unique worldview have already been introduced and sold in Europe and other global markets. In August of this year, TriumphX promoted a new advancement into NFT with Special Art and carried out a project with a donation concept.
The first NFT series, which was planned as 12 works by three artists belonging to special art, is very popular, and the first edition was sold in full, and transactions are also being made on the secondary trading platform, Sole-X. In particular, TriumphX delivered a more vivid impression to visitors by introducing this NFT series through The Vision, a virtual exhibition hall of ENFTEE.
The <Seoullo Exhibition> exhibition, co-planned with the launch of the 2nd NFT series, introduces the works of artist Jaewon Kim, who belongs to Special Art, centering on the Rose Stage and Rose Promotion Center in Seoul. Artist Jaewon Kim has carried out over 10 exhibits, including <2020 ACEP Korea-EU Artist with Developmental Disabilities Korea Special Exhibition>, and has published a picture book titled [We are all different]. In this exhibition, you can see various animal paintings by artists with creative and warm sensibility.
In the outdoor exhibition in Seoullo, there is a photo zone with original paintings and sculptures installed, so it is a participatory exhibition. By scanning the QR code inserted in the work, you can check the NFT video of the work and purchase it.
Artist Jaewon Kim's NFT series was first shown on TriumphX's NFT platforms ENFTEE and Sole-X, and then uploaded to OpenSea.