Art exhibitions with NFTs are increasingly gaining ground among the protagonists of the physical world: galleries, artists and auction houses do not miss the opportunity to be digital pioneers in a sector that still struggles to understand what a non-fungible token is or has doubts about the possible speculative bubble. And if the sales platforms are crowded, others are welcoming the first exhibitions. Among these, there is Decentraland, a platform based on the Ethereum blockchain which is born wit the aim to create a virtual world where users can have complete control over the content they create and share, giving them all the tools to autonomously monetize the artwork they have created. The platform is represented as a three-dimensional world that can be navigated by users using the browser or through the virtual reality goggles. The world is divided into 90,000 Lands, which represent the digital spaces that users can buy, sell or rent to share their contents. All interactions within the platform are mediated through a token called MANA, whose value has grown by more than 180%. Among the first to arrive and build on Decentraland is the famous physical gallery ‘’König Galerie’’ which has reproposed its structure in St. Agnes (Berlin) hosting the collective exhibition “The Artist is Online. PITTURA E SCULTURA NELL’ERA POSTDIGITALE” curated by Anika Meier and Johann König with over 50 young artists, who work daily on physical media, managing the new digital experimentation in the form of NFT. Anika Meier, curator of the German gallery who took care of the project, said: “For us, it is important to demonstrate that digital art is something that has the same qualities as painting and sculpting”.