The Distributed
Gallery

Implanted in Blockchain’s ecosystem, this open-ended collective is gonna keep tinkering with its machinations, a mixture of technological sophistications and cheerful provocations. The Distributed Gallery is not only a group of creation and reflection, but also a host and a nodal point to think about the mutations of any blockchain-based art.

In the Press


Chaos Machine makes the cover issue 60 of Neural magazine entilted "Blockchain. The trust Catalyst"

Neural Magazine Read the article


Chaos Machine is presented in Berlin Art Link magazine : "Cryptocurrency-Inspired Art at Schinkel Pavillon"

Sofia Bergmann, Berlin Art Link Read the article


Chaos Machine is presented in ETH News : "‘Proof Of Work’ Exhibit To Visualize Blockchain Technology"

Daniel Puntney, ETH News Read the article


On Dec. 16, the nascent market for what might be called cryptoart appeared to reach a new level when the hitherto-unknown Distributed Gallery announced the auction of “Ready Made Token,” a unique unit of a cryptocurrency that the gallery said was created by Richard Prince using technology from Ethereum, the network responsible for Ether.

Scott Reyburn, New York Times Read the article


In mid-December, a website called The Distributed Gallery announced they were auctioning a single Ready-Made Token by Richard Prince that consisted of a single Ethereum token.

Jason Bailey, Artnome Read the article


Un autre événement survenu en ce début d’année permet toutefois de remettre en perspective les liens entre le marché de l’art et les crypto-monnaies. En s’autoproclamant la « première galerie spécialisée dans les œuvres d’art et les expositions basées sur la blockchain », la Distributed Gallery a lancé sur le marché son « premier projet » intitulé the Ready-Made Token, de Richard Prince.

Inès Boittiaux, Beaux Arts Magazine Read the article