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NFTs Are Critical for the Future of Art

I know what you’re thinking, but hear me out, if only so I can tell you about Yatreda, Noah Kalina, and Julie Blackmon

Julie Blackmon, Homegrown Food (2012). Pigment print available at Edelman Gallery. Also minted as an NFT and listed at Quantum.

Multiple things can be true at once, even when they appear to be contradictory. Granite, for example, can be both solid and ethereal. Hold a chunk of it in the palm of your hand and it’s clearly a…

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