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Joseph Nechvatal

Joseph Nechvatal is an artist whose computer-robotic assisted paintings and computer software animations are shown regularly in galleries and museums throughout the world. In 2011 his book Immersion Into Noise was published by the University of Michigan Library's Scholarly Publishing Office in conjunction with the Open Humanities Press. He exhibited in Noise, a show based on his book, as part of the Venice Biennale 55, and is artistic director of the Minóy Punctum Book/CD project.

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Unica Zürn at Musée D’art Et D’histoire De L’hôpital Sainte-Anne

Picasso: Tableaux Magiques at Musée National Picasso, Paris

Joseph Nechvatal on Bernini’s Fonseca Chapel at San Lorenzo in Lucina

Considering the Problem of Aesthetic Immersion: "Dioramas" at the Palais de Tokyo

Report from London on the ArcelorMittal Orbit Slide

Countless LED Signal-lights, Spinning Green and Red Modules, and Digital Numbers, But Nowhere to Go

Photo Essay from the Corrida at the Corpus Christi festival in Granada

On Nicola L. and "The Cape of Blues"

Book Review: The Anne Garréta 1986 novel Sphinx

Book Review: Jean Baudrillard "Pataphysics" London: Institute of Pataphysics and Atlas Press

David Bowie at Philharmonie de Paris

On Parade: Duccio di Buoninsegna in Siena

On Henri Maccheroni: 2000 Photos of the Sex of a Woman

A personal view of David Wojnarowicz on his would-be 60th birthday

Auguste Rodin Monument to Balzac: The First Bachelor Machine