Five Art Galleries You Should Check Out in Cryptovoxels

If you're in the crypto space, there is a good chance that you know what Cryptovoxels is. Cryptovoxels is a user-owned virtual world where you can buy land and construct a variety of buildings and landmarks. It is one of the most popular cryptocurrency games on the internet.


The best thing about Cryptovoxels is that it supports VR. Even though the virtual world is in its rudimentary stages, many agree that it has huge potential.


Hoping to tap into this potential, over 350 art galleries have popped up in Cryptovoxels that are eager to explore how virtual worlds can be used to display and share digital art with others. That's a lot of galleries!!!


If you're wondering what the best art galleries are on the platform, you're in the right place. In this article, we'll show you five great art galleries you should visit in Cryptovoxels to get a taste of the digital art scene in this virtual world.


Five Galleries to Check Out in Cryptovoxels


MakersPlace Gallery in Doom District


MakersPlace Gallery in Doom District is one of the more sophisticated art galleries on the platform. With over 450 square meters in area, it is one of the largest galleries in the virtual world. The gallery features temporary exhibitions highlighting digital artworks available through the MakersPlace NFT art marketplace.


Their current show is “The Makers: A MakersPlace Ambassador Showcase,” featuring works by FtrSaroth, jrdsctt and Joe Chiappetta.


Located near Doom in Origin city, MakersPlace Gallery is a great place to visit if you're in the mood for some virtual sightseeing.


If you’re hoping to see other virtual avatars walking around in the Cryptovoxels world, you’d have a good chance when visiting the popular MakersPlace Gallery.


MakersPlace Gallery - Doom District in Cryptovoxels


Y's Observatory Gallery


Y'S Observatory Gallery is the second most visited gallery, with over 16,000 overall visits. Located near 45 Fork in North Terrace near Origin, the gallery is pretty close to the Y's Fish Tank Gallery.


As the name suggests, the gallery does have a theme, the Observatory. From the top floor of the gallery, you can see 360-degree panoramic views of the virtual world through its virtual “glass” windows. The multi-storied gallery features colorful artworks, many of which are available for sale on OpenSea.


Whether you want to look at some art in peace or buy rare art pieces, Y's Observatory Gallery is the best place for you.


Y's Observatory Gallery in Cryptovoxels


Le Marais Gallery


Le Marais Gallery is another one of the most visited galleries in the virtual world and exhibits Cryptovoxel wearables designed by Fireball and Bullauge that are available for purchase on OpenSea.


During my visit this July, the gallery was exhibiting a fun collection of medieval regalia, jewelry, and weaponry. If you’re in the market for a gem-encrusted dagger or a mace, then there’s an extra reason to check out Le Marais.


In addition to art, they're also known to display the occasional advertisements on their billboards above the gallery. If you're an artist and are looking for some exposure, you might look into advertising your work at Le Marais or another location in Cryptovoxels.


Le Marais Gallery in Cryptovoxels


Marble Tower


Marble Tower is an 8-floor elaborate exhibition space featuring artworks owned by NFT collector, supahmarbler. The “gallery” has had over 11,000 visitors, and it is an excellent example of how individual collectors are building spaces in virtual worlds like Cryptovoxels and Decentraland to share and display their growing NFT collections.


Marble Tower in Cryptovoxels


B.20 Monument


The B.20 Monument is a public art project from Metapurse. This estate features select works from Beeple's 2020 iconic 1/1 “Everydays.”


The space was built by Voxel Architects and is interesting in its own right. With a ground floor containing glowing trees, mesmerizing light fixtures and fountain and an exhibition space on the upper floors reminiscent of a Star Trek starship, the space also includes an original soundscape by 3LAU.


The artwork on display forms an immutable bundle and ownership of the art collection has been fractionalized with B20 tokens, which are available for purchase and collective ownership.


It’s well worth checking out for the design and to get a closer look at some of Beeple’s iconic works!


B.20 Monument in Cryptovoxels

 

I hope this article gives you a good starting point for exploring the ever-expanding digital world, Cryptovoxels! I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments.