Drops

Drops are new releases, where either a solo artist or a group of artists create new work to be released for the first time. Explore live and upcoming Drops below.

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Grotesque and Oddly Satisfying

31 October, 6:00 PM

In celebration of all things grotesque, this NFT group drop presents the strange, mysterious, magnificent, fantastic, sublime,  hideous, congruous, unpleasant, and disgusting yet oddly satisfying and dreamy  forms. This NFT drop is a nod to the history of the grotesque and weird and distorted shapes that have been immortalised within art history. Throughout history, grotesque… Continue reading Grotesque and Oddly Satisfying

OTHERWORLDS

01 April, 6:00 PM

Centered within creativity and imaginative iconography, 'Otherworlds' is a highly idiosyncratic and expressively detailed tour-de-force collection of worlds beyond our own.

Calla Kessler

23 March, 6:00 PM

Calla Kessler is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Nebraska, her vision reflects the many places she has lived and worked including the Midwest, South Florida and Washington D.C. She channels her love of people and color into creating intimate art and preserving fleeting moments through photography, hoping to portray everyday scenes… Continue reading Calla Kessler

We Stand With Ukraine

07 March, 12:18 AM

Institut and Unit London are shocked and saddened by the unfolding human tragedy in Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and to raise funds for humanitarian aid, we have organised the sale of Ellen Sheidlin’s ‘A Plea for Peace’. Over the next coming days and weeks, we will be highlighting various initiatives… Continue reading We Stand With Ukraine

Parker Day

02 March, 6:00 PM

Parker Day is a photographer based in Los Angeles, California, whose work deals with identity, the formation of our personas and what lies beneath them.

Shir Pakman

21 February, 6:00 PM

Shir Pakman’s memorable aesthetic immediately strikes as holding deep meaning and significance. Combining thoughtful concepts related to a varied set of ideas across the  female gaze, canonical art, and nature and humanity, Pakman brings these together into a holistic whole on the digital surfaces of her works. Bridging the expansive gap between traditional art genres… Continue reading Shir Pakman

Seth Armstrong

16 February, 6:00 PM

Armstrong’s folk-infused realism reflects his interest in the Dutch renaissance and the California plein air movement of the early 20th Century.

GMI Drop: MABLAB

02 February, 6:00 PM

MABLAB are dropping with Institut as part of our GMI open call drop. GMI, standing for “gonna make it” in the NFT space, is our way of championing and supporting up-and-coming artists from across the NFT and crypto art space. Any artist can submit their work via our open submission email: submissions@institut.co. We are delighted… Continue reading GMI Drop: MABLAB

Ayla El-Moussa

25 January, 6:00 PM

Ayla's images are beautifully curated, governed by the natural world and the elegance of the female form.

Selay Karasu

19 January, 6:00 PM

There is an invisible layer of our everyday reality made up of signals traveling through space at high speed. It keeps a record of almost all human history known to us, creating a shared memory. Every single input to this global nervous system is like a neural activation with the potential to create chain reactions.… Continue reading Selay Karasu

Maxim Zhestkov

10 January, 10:42 AM

Computations Computations ​is an experimental art film directed and designed by Maxim Zhestkov at Zhestkov Studio. It speculates a distant future when computation moves from the opaque ‘black boxes’ of our laptops and devices out into the world. He boldly envisions lush dynamic systems, which he compellingly describes as “floating networks of small transistors—some kind… Continue reading Maxim Zhestkov