Fakewhale Newsletter Issue #3

Learn all about the latest developments in the Fakewhale ecosystem!


Welcome to issue #3 of the Fakewhale Newsletter!

This week, we're highlighting the latest developments within the Fakewhale ecosystem, featuring the debut of Chepertom’s “Cathédrales Modernes” Solo Series from last week and a sneak peek into Gary Edward Blum’s “Persistence of Form”, not to mention the latest ART MARKET works and FW Insights!

On Wednesday, May 15th, Fakewhale proudly presented “Cathédrales Modernes”, a Fakewhale Solo Series release by Chepertom.

Inspired by the work of Monet and general Impressionist themes, “Cathédrales Modernes” explores the transitory moments captured through aerial views of commercial harbors of Anvers, transformed into a canvas of glitch textures.

Cathédrales Modernes by Chepertom, Fakewhale Solo Series, Installation view

Both works — two 1/1s — are still available on primary!

Learn more about the solo series ⬇️

This week, on Wednesday, May 22nd, Fakewhale Solo Series is set to unveil "Persistence of Form" by Gary Edward Blum. “Persistence of Form” captures Gary’s ongoing exploration into the dynamic tension between creation and destruction, a theme that resonates deeply across two distinctive photographic works — where each creation both emerges from and reshapes the remnants of the past.

Learn more about the release before of its official debut tomorrow!

In case you missed it, check out the works from last week’s ART MARKET which you are bound to get lost into!


FW LOG is a curated media platform investigating the junction point between technology and art. It provides in-depth insights through the Fakewhale ecosystem, featuring the latest industry news, comprehensive curation, interviews, show spotlights and trends shaping tomorrow’s art market.


Gordon Matta-Clark, born in New York in 1943, is an emblematic figure in the 1970s art scene, renowned for his revolutionary approach to architecture and sculpture. The son of a well-known Chilean surrealist painter, Roberto Matta, and an American artist, Anne Clark, Matta-Clark inherited a profound artistic sensibility that shaped his unique and radical vision of art and architecture.

In this short clip, we bring you directly within his artistic vision to relive the most iconic moments of his career!


Uncover last week’s curated selection of contemporary exhibitions from around the globe.


Set against the timeless splendor of Venice, the 2024 Biennale emerges as a dynamic showcase of contemporary art trends and global conversations. This year’s theme, “Strangers Everywhere,” curated by Adriano Pedrosa, investigates the complexities of identity, belonging, and the ever-present feeling of being an outsider.

Here are 7 must-see pavilions if you are in Venice and planning to check it out!


That concludes this week’s newsletter. Stay tuned for more updates next week!