SAN SuperGalleries

SAN SuperGalleries for the MetaHistory Museum of War

A planet-sized network of SuperGalleries in 30 cities around the world has been created by the SAN augmented reality (AR) app. It’s an AR sculpture the size of planet Earth.

The project experiments how in the art ecosystem of the future the Metaverse will connect to the real – physical space.

The first exhibition, multiplied throughout the SuperGalleries network, has been arranged for the Ukrainian MetaHistory Museum of War NFT art collection Warline.

The location of each site’s AR SuperGallery is marked with columns of light reaching up to the stratosphere that are visible from anywhere in the city within a 50 km radius. As you walk in the direction of the columns and move around the physical space, the viewer also moves around the SAN App’s augmented reality space on a scale of 1:1. Every site has 5 GPS-based SAN SuperGalleries. Every gallery has 20 NFT artworks. Using a touch screen, from every displayed artwork you can get to the MetaHistory Museum of War NFT trading platform.

The MetaHistory Museum on the Warline NFT art collection: In the Warline collection, we have collected a chronology of modern events in Ukraine. Verified facts about the war, selected by professional journalists, and artistic reflection on them by talented artists — this is the simple formula of our exhibits. This is how we immortalize the truth about the events in Ukraine with the help of art and web3 technologies, so that it remains forever in the blockchain, in our memory, and the memory of generations. Funds from the sale of NFTs go to help Ukraine and will be transferred to the account of the fundraising platform UNITED24, created on the initiative of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Current locations of SAN SuperGalleries:



Current locations of SAN SuperGalleries:

Vatican (Saint Peter’s Square), New York (Times Square), Saint Petersburg (Palace Square),  Venice (Doge’s Palace), Moscow (Red Square), Mumbai (Gateway Of India Mumbai), Delhi (India Gate), Hong Kong (Avenue of Stars),  Beijing (Tiananmen Square), Singapore (Merlion), Shanghai (People’s Square),  Tokyo (Imperial Palace), New York (Statue of Liberty), London (Trafalgar Square), Washington (National Mall), Madrid (Puerta del Sol)  Palace of Versailles, Toronto (Royal Ontario Museum), Taipei City (Liberal Democracy Square),  Ottawa (Canadian War Museum), Paris (Place de la Bastille), Buenos Aires (Obelisco), Rio de Janeiro (Christ the Redeemer), Rio de Janeiro (Ipanema Beach),  Philadelphia (Independence Hall, Liberty Bell), Riga (Freedom Monument), Kyiv (Independence Square), Berlin (Brandenburg Gate),  Sydney (Opera House), Los Angeles (Grand Avenue).