A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP
A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP

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A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP
A woman walks in front of a digital painting by Chinese artist Liu Gang at a crypto-art exhibition “Virtual Niche: Have You Ever Seen Memes in the Mirror?", one of the world’s first physical museum shows of blockchain art, ahead of its opening in Beijing on March 26. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digitisation across various fields. Photo: AFP
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