What Is Kaws New Fiction & How To Find It In Fortnite

The Serpentine North Gallery in Kensington Gardens in London has a new exhibition: KAWS NEW FICTION. Don't live in London but still want to see the exhibition? Then you have the chance in Fortnite!

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Fortnite once again collaborates with American artist KAWS. | © Epic Games

Serpentine North Gallery is an art gallery in Kensington Gardens located in London England. It is known for showcasing groundbreaking contemporary artworks. But what the heck does this have to do with Fortnite? This may be the question rushing into your spongy gray matter at this very moment. We answer that right here!

The gallery's new exhibition: Kaws New Fiction recently opened and features paintings and sculptures, as well as augmented reality artwork created with Acute Art by world-renowned artist KAWS.

Don't live in London but would love to visit the exhibition? Then jump into Fortnite's Creative Mode, where you can explore KAWS & Serpentine and experience the exhibition in-game!

How To Visit The Kaws New Fiction Art Exhibition In Fortnite

There are two ways to visit the Fortnite exhibition. Either directly via the creative mode, or via the island code. For the latter, simply proceed as follows:

  • Click on the game mode
  • Click on Island Code at the top of the bar
  • Enter the island code 9441-7852-6686 and click enter.
  • Now all you have to do is click play, and you can experience KAWS NEW FICTION in the game.


How Long Does The Fortnite "Kaws New Fiction" Art Show Run For?

The "KAWS & Serpentine" creative mode center will be the featured center between January 18 at 16:00 CET and January 25 at 16:00 CET. Still, want to explore the experience after January 25? No problem! The center will be available through the island code even after that date.

By the way, fans of Kaws' work can currently buy the KAWS skeleton for 1,200 V-Bucks in the item store. So grab it if you haven't already! Who knows, maybe the skin will be worth as much as the real KAWS figures later on?