I am curating a show of amazing NFT art! Send me your best work and ideally as-yet-unminted ideas that could premiere at the show. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE THROUGH Call for Entry at NFTnowshow.com Deadline April 14. Show during NYC Frieze week-starting May 5.
April 14, 2021
So excited that my solo show Destination Unknown at Saint Kate–The Arts Hotel, Milwaukee, WI is now open for in-person viewing! In this view, the 10-foot high Sky Ship inflatable is seen in front of pastel drawings. Using artificial intelligence to generate unusual compositions for all the works, I explore the reaches of the oceans and outer space with strange airplane forms, abandoned cruise ships, and musical time-travel videos. Through August 8, 2021.
April 13, 2021
Featured in this insightful and entertaining article by Coco Dolle in Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art that connects the old and new in digital art with traditional art and artists.
April 7, 2021
Thrilled to be included with these amazing artists in this great venue! The virtual exhibit is up April 7-22, 2021.
Read more about the show and who is involved here.
March 16, 2021
I was quoted in the New York Daily News.
“I’m still mystified by the prices and how high they are,” Anne Spalter, a digital artist who has sold a number of pieces as NFTs, albeit for smaller amounts, told the AP. “I think there will be a correction.”…
March 12, 2021
I was featured in an Associated Press piece about NFTs.
- Whitehot Magazine – Cultural Rebels: NFT Artists are the New Enfant Terrible of the Artworld. April 2021.
- New York Daily News – That $69 million question: What is a non-fungible token? NFTs explained (Quoted in) March 16, 2021.
- Associated Press – EXPLAINER: What’s this craze for ‘NFTs’ all about, anyway? March 12, 2021.
- Coindesk – I’m an Artist. Should I Make an NFT? (Writer) February 25, 2021.
- The Boston Globe – The Ticket: Upcoming In-Person and Online Events Chosen by Globe Critics and Writers by Cate McQuaid, January 22, 2021.
- The Art Fuse – Visual Arts Review: Two Public Art Projects in Boston — Provocative Visual Expressions of the 21st Century, January 26, 2021.
- Silicon Valet – Instagram, January 7th, 2020.
- Secret NYC – Iconic Times Square NYE Ball Drop Is Turning Into An AR Video Game This Year, December 19, 2020
- NY Metro Parents – What You Need to Know About the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop This Year, December 17, 2020
- Departures – Safely Ring in 2021 in Times Square With an Augmented Reality Walk Through Midtown Manhattan, December 16, 2020
- New York Post – Times Square ball will drop without spectators for the first time since 1907, December 16, 2020
- Time Out – There’s a wild new way to watch the Times Square ball drop this year, December 16, 2020
- 6SQFT – Here’s what you need to know about Times Square’s virtual ball drop this New Year’s Eve, December 16, 2020
- Untapped Cities – Times Square’s New Year’s Eve Party Goes Virtual, December 16, 2020
- Medium – The AI Art Corner #4, “A Dream Within a Dream, Oct 14, 2020
- Der Standard – Ars Electronica: once upon a time digital naivety, September 10, 2020.
- Artnodes– Artists, Artificial Intelligence and Machine-based Creativity in Playform, July, 2002
- Medium (The Startup)– Playform: Integrate AI Into Your Creative Process, May 26, 2020
- The New Yorker – Goings On About Town, “Well, Now WTF?”, “Well Now, WTF?”, May 15, 2020
- The New York Times – Two Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home, “Well Now, WTF?”, May 13, 2020
- Art in America – Collecting and Computing: A Conversation at the Armory Show, March 12, 2020
- Art in America – Art in America at Frieze Los Angeles, Highlighting AI and Generative Art, February 21, 2020
- LA Weekly – Images from “Spring/Break Art Fair’s Los Angeles Excess” February 15, 2020
- Untapped New York – Escape the NYC Winter on Vacation Planet, a Tropical Themed Immersive Art Installation, January 30, 2020
- Spectrum News NY1 – ‘Vacation Planet’ Lets People Immerse Themselves in Another World, January 13, 2020
- Artnet news – Editor’s Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week, January 13, 2020
- Artnet news – 9 Leading Advisors, Dealers, and Art-World Insiders Tell Us Which Artists They Think Are Poised to Break Out in 2020, December 19, 2019
- Whitehot Magazine – Review of SPRING/BREAK “Fact and Fiction,” March 2019, April 2019
- W Magazine – The Most Instagrammed Art of Armory Week 2019, March 9, 2019
- Popular Photography – Best Things We Saw at Spring/Break Art Show, March 8, 2019
- Gothamist – Photos: The Always-Bizarr Spring/Break Takes Over An Office Building in UN Plaza, March 6, 2019
- Social Diary – House, March 8, 2018
- Artnet || 10 Out-of-This-World Installations at the 2018 SPRING/BREAK Art Show, March 7, 2018
- Artscope || Invigorating the Senses: On & On at Wheaton, January 4, 2018
- Filmmaker || How Are You Going to Make a Video that’s 9,000 Pixels Long? : The Mixed Media Art of Anne Spalter Sept. 17, 2017
BKLN IMMERSIVE, CityPoint, 300 Flatbush Ave Ext, Brooklyn, NY. Ring of Fire (800 square feet of charcoal drawings, installation), May 6-14
- Creators || Exploring a Huge, Glowing, Immersive Warehouse Experience at Frieze Week, May 17
- Hyperallergic || Spring/Break Art Show Trades Labyrinthine Rooms for Immersive Installations, May 9
“Anne Spalter’s painstaking covering of the entrance’s outer wall with 160 charcoal drawings. Although they seem similar at first glance, each work is actually unique; collectively, they visualize the rhythms of ritual drumming. Spalter created an accompanying sound piece derived from a French Polynesian fire dance she witnessed. Its soft patterings enliven the sterile atrium and introduce unseen mystery into the room.”
- Artnet || SPRING/BREAK BKLYN IMMERSIVE Is a Welcome Relief From Art Fair Frenzy, May 8
- Eyes-Toward-the-Dove || SPRING/BREAK Presents BKLN IMMERSIVE, May 9
- Playboy || Killer Art for a Good Cause: The Heliotrope Foundation is a Holiday Gifting Miracle; “Caledonia ‘Swoon’ Curry has always taken an interdisciplinary, humanist approach to her creations, and her latest project is no different.” 24, 2016
- Forbes || Swoon Pulls 96 Artists in Fundraiser for the Heliotrope Foundation; “This fundraising initiative, which Swoon began in 2012, has since ballooned to include an impressive and still-growing list of contributors that reads as a clear survey of the most interesting and successful artists (period) working today.” Dec. 4, 2016
Fulton Center, MTA Arts, NYC Dreaming (52-channel video installation) | New York, NY, November 2016-March 2017
- TimeOut || Fulton Center video transforms NYC into a kaleidoscopic panorama; “The holidays are here, ushering in seasonal spectacles all over town, from Rockefeller Center to the Oculus. The Fulton Center has just joined in with a digital installation showing New York City as a procession of mesmerizing, kaleidoscopic views. Aptly titled New York Dreaming, the video is the handiwork of artist Anne Spalter. Sponsored by MTA Arts & Design, New York Dreaming plays on loop for two minutes at the beginning of each hour.” December 9, 2016
- Untapped Cities || New York Dreaming Video at Fulton Center Shows NYC in Kaleidoscope; “A new large scale video installation from MTA Arts & Design has been unveiled at Fulton Center, showing New York City’s architecture akin to a kaleidoscope. The work, New York Dreaming, by media artist Anne Spalter, is described as a “meditation on the city and the constant self-realization of its physical and psychic existence.” With a strong focus on architecture, Spalter takes the New York City skyline and uses a custom software to turn these images into something psychedelic.” November 29, 2016
- Architects Newspaper | New York Dreaming/WeWork opens offices next to Fulton Center’s Sky Reflector-Net; “Also appearing this week within the Fulton Center is a new artwork installed by the MTA Arts & Design program. Titled New York Dreaming and by artist Anne Spalter, the kaleidoscopic video installation on show for the holiday season.” December 7, 2016
Miami Marbles, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair’s inaugural PROJECTS Special Commission (PULSE Miami Beach, December 1 – 4, 2016)
- Billboard || Art Basel Miami: 6 Events You Don’t Want To Miss; “check out the site-specific installation “Miami Marbles” … by digital artist Anne Spalter, who created images on large spheres using photos and videos of Miami.” Nov. 29, 2016
- Blouin Artinfo || Must-See Satellite Fairs in Miami; “Heading into its 12th year in Miami, [PULSE] is debuting its first special commission from the digital arts pioneer Anne Spalter. Attendees can view her manipulated photographs and video footage, taken from events during last year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, on large-scale kaleidoscope-patterned “marbles” throughout the fair.” Nov. 29, 2016
- artnet News || Female Artists Take Their Rightful Place at PULSE Miami Beach; “[Miami Marbles is] PULSE’s first stab at a specially-commissioned project, and it makes for a striking entryway to the fair.” Dec. 2, 2016
- VICE || 16 Must-See Shows at Art Week Miami 2016; “There’s much more to Anne Spalter’s Miami Marbles project for PULSE art fair than meets the eye … Spalter herself is something of a Renaissance woman: she majored in mathematics at Brown University, received her MFA in painting from RISD, and founded the digital fine arts program at RISD in the 1990s. If, against all odds, the Miami art scene doesn’t provide enough stimulation this December, perhaps adding another virtual dimension, another layer of reality, will finally satisfy.” Nov. 28, 2016
- VICE || 13 Works Dominating Art Basel Online; “These thirteen pieces are the like-rockets that have been showing up over and over on the art world’s Instagram feed.” Dec. 2, 2016
- The Huffington Post || Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016: The Best Events of the Week; “Anne Spalter’s site-specific installation, Miami Marbles, are a must-see.” Dec. 3, 2016
- The Financial Times || Art museums heating up Miami’s cultural scene; “Visitors to this year’s edition [of PULSE] will be greeted by Anne Spalter’s installation, Miami Marbles: abstract digital images of the city printed on huge orbs.” Nov. 25, 2016
- The Miami Herald || Women Artists to Look Out For During Miami Art Week; “There will be plenty of women at the forefront of this year’s PULSE Art Fair. Among them are accomplished digital mixed-media artist Anne Spalter … ” Nov. 22, 2016
- Interior Design || 7 Standout Installations From Miami Design Week 2016; “Anne Spalter’s Miami Marbles, PULSE Art Fair’s inaugural commissioned installation, features digitally manipulated footage of Miami Beach printed on helium-filled orbs. A custom augmented reality app makes the spheres swirl kaleidoscope-style.” Dec. 7, 2016
- PAPER || Mega-Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2016; “Check out the site-specific installation, “Miami Marbles,” at [PULSE]’s entrance by digital artist Anne Spalter. The artist used photos and videos of the city to create abstract images on large spheres.” Dec. 1, 2016
- PSFK || Marble-Like Mini-Worlds Invade Miami Art Week And Your Mobile Screen; “even users who’ve never stepped foot in Miami Beach can summon up the marble-like mini-worlds … the app has expanded the longevity of Miami Marbles beyond its original intent.” Dec. 6, 2016
- Forbes Travel Guide || Everything You Need to Know About Art Basel Miami Beach; “at PULSE Miami Beach (December 1 to 4), catch more than 70 galleries plus its first commissioned work by digital artist Anne Spalter,” Nov. 30, 2016
- Artsy || PULSE Miami Beach 2016 Programming; “By abstracting Miami’s topography, Spalter encapsulates the vibrancy of the city within each of her expansive spheres. An augmented reality component will allow guests to engage with the orbs through an interactive interface.” Nov. 18, 2016
- Whitewall || Your Guide to the Miami Fairs; “PULSE is debuting a PROJECTS section with “Miami Marbles”—a commission from digital artist Anne Spalter that uses photographs and video replicas of last year’s Miami Arts Week, and digitally alters and distills images of the city’s atmosphere, architecture, and foliage to create contemporary landscapes.” Nov. 23, 2016
- Whitewall || PULSE Miami Articulates Postmodernism; “When approaching the two interfacing North and South tents, floating bubbles that seem to be retaining all the camp imagery of Miami from exploding, welcome you and set the tone for what awaits.“ Dec. 1, 2016
- The New York Post || Everything You Need to Know About Miami Art Week; “Digital artist Anne Spalter is creating an augmented-reality installation, Miami Marbles, consisting of spheres printed with abstracted city images. Use the Marbles app to make them morph and to spot other orbs throughout the fair.” Nov. 29, 2016
- Widewalls || PULSE Miami Beach Returns Strong for the 12th Edition; “Spalter digitally alters and distills images of the city’s atmosphere, architecture and foliage to create contemporary landscapes.” Nov. 29, 2016
- Rug News || Liora Manné Takes ‘Art for the Floor’ to New Heights at Art Basel Miami; “Manné takes custom floor coverings to new heights of artistry in collaboration with renowned digital artist Anne Spalter. ” Nov. 30, 2016
Precession, SPRING/BREAK CopyPaste (March 1 – 6, 2016)
- AUTRE || [Fashion Preview] Paris Ready-to-Wear Collections 2016, by Adam Lehrer. On Givenchy: “The curiosity resulted in wild psychedelic prints, like mandala-decorated blouses and dresses that were not all that unlike Anne Spalter’s recent exhibit at Spring Break Art Show. ” March 10, 2016.
- PAPER || 9 Things to See This Armory Arts Week; “Check out <SPRING/BREAK Art Show’s> lobby installation by Anne Spalter, founder of RISD’s original digital art curriculum in the 90s,” March 1, 2016
- Surface || Instagram: “‘This intervention by Anne Spalter of the James A. Farley Post Office’s old Directory board is ingenious.’ —Surface editor-in-chief @spencercbailey on @annespalter’s work at @spring breakartshow,” March 5, 2016
- Forbes || Today is the Last Day to View Digital Artist Anne Spalter’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show Lobby Installation; “Spalter, who has a BA in mathematics and visual art from Brown as well as an MFA from RISD, seeks to make measurable and algorithmic sense in the chaos of everyday life … There is something comforting about looking at Spalter’s work,” March 7, 2016
- Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art || Anne Spalter’s Precession at SPRING/BREAK Art Show; “Precession is a kaleidoscopic digital mandala of whirling New York ephemera,” March 2016
- Bedford + Bowery / New York Magazine || How to See Art During Armory Weekend and Still Afford to Eat; “It seems that the installation work is what many of us will find most eye-popping at Spring/Break — Artsy shared photos of one by artist Anne Spalter, who made use of the existing walls and mounted flat screen panels to craft a cosmic, oil-slicked playground for amoebas,” March 4, 2016
- Village Voice || Spellbinding Pieces at the 2016 SPRING/BREAK Art Show; “Artist Anne Spalter in front of her installation Precession,” March 4, 2016
- Artforum || Rites of Spring: Armory Arts Week; “At the third-floor entrance <of SPRING/BREAK Art Show> were three thousand square feet of a digitally printed New York mural by Anne Spalter,” March 7, 2016
- Whitewall || SPRING/BREAK’s Fifth Installment: The Coolest Show this Week; “… the 3,000 square foot installation is a swirl of psychedelic algorithms … including video installations on small screen panels <which> find ways to tuck perfectly in between images of New York City,” March 3, 2016
- Hyperallergic || Spring/Break, a Sprawling Alternative Art Fair that Delivers; featured image: ” … Anne Spalter’s allover lobby mural Precession, curated by Elizabeth Keithline,” March 3, 2016
- Gothamist || Album: Spring/Break Kicks Off Armory Arts Week With A Long Line & A Kissing Closet (photo 4), March 2, 2016
- Artsy || At SPRING/BREAK, 800 Artists Tackle Technology, Ownership, and Appropriation; featured image: “Anne Spalter’s installation curated by Elizabeth Keithline,” March 2, 2016
- BlouinArtInfo || A Guide to the Fairs of Armory Week 2016, Noelle Bodick | MARCH 02, 2016
- Our RISD || Spalter Transforms Skylight. March 2, 2016.