Anne Morgan Spalter


My fascination with observing, moving through, and depicting the modern landscape.
Thank you Galloire Gallery!


Anne Spalter is a visual artist, educator, author, and collector. Her visionary art takes viewers on an abstract sci-fi voyage, employing media from digital video, AI, and crypto art, to drawing, painting, weaving, and giant inflatables

Spalter’s distinctive dystopian vision of the modern landscape is inspired by travel, sci-fi novels, movies, and the writings of Carl Jung.  In her immersive installations, viewers wander through apocalyptic streetscapes with towering waves, crashed spaceships, and raging fires, all depicted with acid hues and vibrating patterns. 

Spalter has created, curated, and collected digital work for decades, founding the first digital fine arts courses at Brown University and RISD in the 1990s, and authoring the internationally taught textbook, The Computer in the Visual Arts. With Michael Spalter, she stewards Spalter Digital, one of the largest private collections of early computer art work.

She recently completed an alumni residency at MAss MoCA, was featured as one of the 50 most important crypto artists in Rizzoli’s CryptoArt Begins, and participated in the SPRING/BREAK Art show NYC, as well as Feral File’s Simulation Sketchbook drop. Upcoming projects include the CADAF Art Fair (Nov 11-13), Superrare’s RarePass Project, and a 500-piece NFT project based on her pet rabbit. Also stay tuned for a secret museum development. 

Spalter’s art is in numerous private collections and museums such as the Victoria and Albert, the AKG Buffalo Art Museum; the RISD Museum, and The Museum of CryptoArt.  Her NFTs have been auctioned by Sotheby’s and Phillips, and featured in the New York Times. She continues to lecture on digital art practice, theory, and the market.


  • NFT Evening – SuperRare AnnouncesIts new NFT Collector Pass: RarePass, November 4, 2022.
  • MoCA – AI, Spaceships, and Keith Richards: A Sitdown with Anne Spalter (Part 3), Max Cohen, October 26, 2022.
  • MoCA – AI, Spaceships, and Keith Richards: A Sitdown with Anne Spalter (Part 2), Max Cohen, October 19, 2022.
  • MoCA – AI, Spaceships, and Keith Richards: A Sitdown with Anne Spalter (Part 1), Max Cohen, October 4, 2022.
  • MoCA – Do Anne Spalter’s AIs Have Eye’s?, Max Cohen, October 11, 2022.
  • New York Times – Can an Art History Frame Help Expand the NFT Market?, Zachary Small, April 14 (print edition April 16), 2022.
  • RIGHT CLICK SAVE – Nobody Works at the Canvas Museum, Max Cohen, March 21, 2022.
  • RedLion – 22 Women in NFTs to Watch in 2022, Ana Maria Caballero. January 23, 2022.


  • Christie’s course: Web3 in Context, panelist, October 26, 2022
  • Columbia University’s Center for Science and Society, “How AI Is Changing Artistic Creation”, Webinar prticipant, October 26, 2022
  • Art NFT Linz, Francisco Carolinum Linz, Keynote Speaker, September 9, 2022 youtube
  • Speaker and Participant, Computer Art Study Day, Smithsonian Archive of American Art, Washington DC, May 19-20, 2022
  • Artist’s Talk, University of Vermont, May 3, 2022
  • Artist’s Talk, Grinnell College Museum of Art, Grinnell, IA, March 8, 2022
  • Panel participant, Sotheby’s Digital Art Forum at Diriyah Biennale, Saudi Arabia, February 26 and 27, 2022.
  • Artist’s talk hosted by Galloire Gallery, Dubai, UAE, February 28, 2022