The project, christened “37xDubai”, is a venture between Morning Star Ventures and Clemence Cazeau.
The gallery is set to open its doors in March 2023.
Morning Star Ventures has invested $5 million in the project.
The heart of Dubai will soon be home to the world’s first interactive digital art exhibition, thanks to an initiative by Morningstar Ventures, an investment company that specializes in digital assets and blockchain technology. The “37xDubai” gallery promotes web3 education, traditional art, digital art, entertainment, and community in an effort to integrate art and technology. The doors to 37xDubai will open in early March 2023, just in time for Art Dubai. The details of the grand opening, into which Morning Star Ventures has invested $5 million, will be out in January.
What’s different about 37xDubai digital art gallery?
Featuring NFTs, web3 education, traditional art, digital art, entertainment, and community development, 37xDubai is an interactive and immersive art gallery. Clemence Cazeau, the company’s chief executive officer, is spearheading the novel idea with the backing of Morningstar Ventures. The Burj Daman Tower (DIFC area) is home to “37xDubai,” right in the heart of Dubai’s bustling commercial and social hub.
Clemence Cazeau, who has an extensive background in the art, gallery, and auction industries, is the CEO of 37xDubai. He has joined forces with Morningstar Ventures’ co-founders, Danilo S. Carlucci and Arut Nazaryan, to bring the project to life. Cazeau says: ” The design and architecture of our gallery are highly sophisticated, filled with state-of-the-art equipment, interior, sound, and lighting infrastructure.”
The 37xDubai gallery is able to accommodate a wide range of concepts thanks to its modular design, which permits frequent rotation of the displayed items. To foster a global community of digital art enthusiasts, 37xDubai will host educational programs, private events, and monthly meetups. According to the founders, it is more than just a gallery because of the thoughtful combination of physical artworks and digital experiences on display.