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Laurence Gartel is known around the world as the father of the digital imaging movement. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Joan Whitney Payson Museum, Long Beach Museum of Art, Princeton Art Museum, The Norton Museum. Mr. Gartel’s art resides in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History and the Bibliotheque Nationale. ABSOLUT GARTEL (for Absolut Vodka) is perhaps his most well known artwork, gracing the pages of “ART-IN-AMERICA,” “Artforum,” “Sothebys,” “Art and Auction,” “Art and Antiques,” “ArtByte,” “Scientific American,” “Technology Review,” “WIRED,” & “NY Magazine.

 

Born and raised in New York City, Mr. Gartel taught Andy Warhol how to use an Amiga computer, went to the New York School of Visual Arts, and started his computer art career working side by side with Nam June Paik in upstate New York.

 

Laurence is the first to admit that his work is often “out there”. But complementing his more adventurous imagery are wonderful interpretations of images from India and Italy. Some of these, along with selected abstract images have been designed into unique borders and inlay patterns.

 

And now, the incredible artwork of Laurence Gartel is available on tile, glass and aluminum, exclusively by Inner Vision Artwork!

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Lawrence Gartel Signature Art

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Clown Couzin © GARTEL 2006

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Motorhead © GARTEL 2006
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Coney Island Baby © GARTEL 1999
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