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Wikipedia Doesn’t Consider NFTs Art, and Crypto Investors Are Worried

Wikipedia’s editors should codify their decision to separate the lists of NFTs from the list of artworks

An empty frame remains where Rembrant’s “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee” (1633) was once displayed at Boston’s Gardner Museum. Picture provided by the FBI.

Sometimes debates about art have nothing to do with the pieces of work at all. When considering whether something may be art, it often comes down to a subjective reason…




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Jamie Cohen

Jamie Cohen

Digital culture expert and meme scholar. Cultural and Media Studies PhD. Internet studies educator: social good, civic engagement and digital literacies

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