Robert Alice

Robert Alice is an artist, curator, writer and pioneer in the crypto art and NFT space. The first artist to exhibit and sell an NFT at a major auction house, they are best known for the landmark work, Portraits of a Mind (2019–). In June 2021, Alice was invited to curate a major NFT exhibition and sale at Sotheby’s. Titled Natively Digital, it raised $17.1 million and was exhibited in London, New York, Hong Kong, and the Metaverse. Alice's own work in the show was the world's first iNFT, which used GPT-3 to bring an avatar to life. The 1/1 sold for $489,000.

In 2022, Alice is focusing on the publication of the world's first major art history survey of NFTs published by one of the world's most prestigious publishing houses. This 600 page seminal book will feature the top 100 artists in the NFT space, alongside 10 essays, with a number written by Alice themself.

Alice's work has been subject to solo essays by critics and curators such as Hans Ulrich Obrist and featured in The New York Times, Financial Times, CNN, Forbes, Fortune, and Vogue. Their work has been exhibited in Venice (Palazzo Lolin), New York (Christie's), London (Sotheby’s), Hamburg (Kunstverein Hamburg), Beijing (Ullens Center of Contemporary Art), Shanghai (JinArt Center) and Singapore, among other locations.

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