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~ MEMEs By Santiago Corredor Vergara

Memes have taken on unprecedented cultural significance in the last two decades, as social media has become a ubiquitous means of communication. The significance of these seemingly insignificant images goes far beyond their obvious capacity to visually transmit a joke–memes move mountains; they’ve swayed elections after all. More importantly, it is their capacity to foster community among people invested and interested in niche topics.

The memes Santiago creates are invested in contemporary art, theory, and highlight the traditional art world’s contradictions. These memes are a thoughtful testament to a deep appreciation for the world of art. By bringing the memes on chain, it creates a space for these pieces to exist as a collectible art and elevates them as a legitimate art form. Santiago is releasing his first NFTs as a series of memes originally posted on @servingthepeople. This series reimagines the confines of what is considered art and paves the way for meme accounts and creators to retain ownership of their work.

A portion of the proceeds from the secondary sale will be donated to the Serving the People Foundation. Keep an eye out for his series set to launch this May.

Santiago, also known as @pl0xi_the_arsonist, is a 25 year old painter, who spends his time between New York City and Bogotá. He graduated from The Cooper Union in 2018 and is currently pursuing a masters in philosophy at the University of Salamanca. Santiago has been creating memes for Serving the People’s Instagram for the past year. His contribution has helped cultivate and onboard an amazing audience to @servingthepeople’s community.

For more information visit: https://www.lobus.io/stp-memes.

~ AdWorld Character Creator is Live!

AdWorld is a collection of 3333 Samskara that grant you access to our AdCitizen Character Creator.

A transmedia tie-in narrative to the upcoming album from artist and musician Santangelo, in collaboration with animator Pedro Bello. Learn more at AdWorld.Game.

~ Stunning 7-figure Botero masterpiece at Artnet Auctions

Woman in Front of a Mirror (Mujer en Frente de un Espejo), 1986
Oil on canvas
63 3/4 x 49 1/4 in. (162 x 125 cm.)
Signed and dated ‘Botero 86’ lower right
This work is available for private viewing at Artnet’s headquarters in New York.

Estimate: 1,200,000 – 1,800,000 USD
Live in Post-War & Contemporary Art | May 5-18, 2022
The Auction Lot Closes on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 12:17 p.m. EST (USA)

~ $STEELO

STEELO is revolutionizing the way we consume fashion and culture. Through our on-demand video platform, we offer our community an exclusive look into the fashion, music and creative industry. We strive to show our subscribers a completely new side of today’s culture that is accessible, authentic and educational. Technology led with our events, products, and services, we will continue to create a genuine connection with our community, taking the movement worldwide.

For more information visit https://www.steelostyle.com/

~ Claim your FREE NFT from “The Art of Making It” #withlobus

The Art of Making It NFT unlocks exclusive access to live programming, NFT drops, merchandise, and a unique creative community. Inspired by the last line of the film – “Maybe this is the beginning of everything” – our goal is to provide a platform for creators to connect in a meaningful way. Don’t miss this opportunity to claim yours!

~ Cristine Brache – Bermuda Triangle @ Anonymous Gallery

Installation view. Cristine Brache “Bermuda Triangle”. anonymous gallery. New York, NY

The exhibition name is taken from the well-known mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean roughly bounded by both Miami and Puerto Rico—the artist’s place of birth and family origin, respectively—and Bermuda. The location, also known as The Devil’s Triangle, is notable for its unexplained circumstances surrounding many accidents and disappearances throughout history. Brache thinks of the Bermuda Triangle as a “mysterious place of cloudy chaos, where time is said to loop and doors to heaven open and close.” She writes, “It makes me think of birth, and the love it takes to produce it. Love being maybe the purest form of faith we could have in one another and possibly the apex of human feeling.”