Bun di NFT is one of the first NFT exhibitions in Switzerland and provides a meeting point for artists and collectors to become part of a fast growing digital economy that is fuelled by a global generational shift. An old barn between mountains that dates back to 1488 is meeting digital art. The art market is changing faster than ever before, and the exhibition at Stalla Madulain in Switzerland demonstrates the ability of NFTs to unlock untapped potential in how we perceive, interact with, and collect digital art.
The exclusive auction of all the digital art exhibited will start on 15. January 2022 at 7pm in combination with a physical event at the art gallery Stalla Madulain together with Bill Tai, Crypto Conference St. Moritz, Samsung Switzerland and Swappable.
Conrad Jon Godly
Conrad Jon Godly is a renowned artist from Davos, Switzerland. Before his oeuvre reached international attention Goldy was a successful fashion photographer for magazines such as Vogue, GQ and Forbes. His increasingly multifaceted oil paintings of landscapes, mountains and people are a search for the essence and not just a reproduction of the real. Conrad Jon Godly has exhibited regularly in Zurich, London, Switzerland and Japan. He is married to the Japanese artist Kazuyo Okushiba. Conrad Jon Godly is dropping his very first series of NFTs.
Swiss artist Kaeppeli made himself a name in the international art world through his incredibly detailed Indian ink paintings of Swiss mountains and forests. Inspired by Michelangelo, he spent a few summers in Tuscany to learn the art of marble sculpting from a grandmaster. Already as a young artist he was collected and promoted by well-known private and public art collections and galleries. His participation at Art Basel confirmed his steep rise. Many international art connoisseurs see Kaeppeli as the rising star in his field of work.
Jani Leinonen is an artist who lives and works in Helsinki. Leinonen became well-known for his provocative, yet playful works criticising capitalism and our self-centred consumerist society of today. In his practice, the artist often pinpoints timely issues and dares the viewer to think outside of one’s comfort zone by taking the most saturated aspects of our modern world and re-presenting them in constantly thought-provoking ways. His works have been exhibited widely in the most prestigious galleries and private collections all around the world.
If there is an international fine artist that has been pioneering the space of digital art, it’s Philipp Schaerer. And he is dropping his very first NFT. The Swiss born visual artist works at the interface between photography and computer art. His works are present at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Centre Pompidou in Paris, and many other prestigious private and public collections. The examination and incorporation of digital processing techniques is a key element of his oeuvre.
Wendy Yu is an upcoming artist in the field of generative coding and urban media placemaking. Her work was recently featured in the famous art blog Avant Arte. The Australian artist is intrigued by the idea of combining dance and generative coding. The art world is watching her. Her works of urban media placemaking have been shown in many places internationally, including Atlanta USA, the Powerhouse Museum Sydney, Carriageworks, numerous arts festivals in St. Petersburg, Berlin and Beijing.
Zimoun is a renowned Swiss artist who became world famous for his installative, generally site-specific, immersive works. Zimoun continually embraces oppositional positions, such as the principles of order and chaos. Works may be arranged in a geometrical pattern or ordered and installed according to a system, yet they behave chaotically and act - within a carefully prepared framework of possibilities. His work has been presented in prestigious private and public collections all around the world.