Laurence Gartel - Gallery Solo Exhibitions

Gallery Solo Exhibitions

  • "GARTEL - Cymatics," Bang & Olufsen, Art Basel Miami Beach, 2011
  • “GARTEL: 35years of Digital Art,” Cafeina Gallery, Wynwood, 2010
  • “GARTEL: Redefining/Reinventing, The National Hotel, Art Basel Miami Beach, 2009
  • “GARTEL: Electronica/Erotica”, Film Screening/Exhibit, Miami Beach Cinemathque, 2009
  • “GARTEL: Selected Works 1975-2008, IAG Galleries, Naples, Florida, 2008
  • GARTEL: Ferrari Projections," Daniel Azoulay, during Art Basel,Fl. 2008
  • GARTEL: Exotic/Erotic/ Electronic," Lurie Gallery, California 2008
  • GARTEL," Galerie D’Enfer, Brussels, Belgium 2002
  • GARTEL," Galerie Subterrane, Atlanta, Georgia 2002
  • GARTEL," Gallery Yes!, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 2002
  • GARTEL: Hyper-real Expressionism," DFN Gallery, NYC, New York, 2001
  • GARTEL Italian Series," Spaziotempo Gallery, Florence, Italy, 2001
  • GARTEL: Bologna art fair, bologna, Italy, 2001
  • GARTEL RETROSPECTIVE, Galerie L, Moscow, Russia, 2000
  • GARTEL Italian Series, Spaziotempo Gallery, Florence, Italy, 2000
  • GARTEL: MILANO ART FAIR, Milan, Italy, 2000
  • GARTEL: Digital Art, DFN Gallery, NYC, New York, 2000
  • GARTEL: Larger than Life, Caitlyn Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri, 1999
  • GARTEL, ZURICH ART FAIR, Switzerland, 1999
  • GARTEL, Colville Place Gallery, London, U.K., 1999
  • GARTEL, Italian Cultural Institute, NYC., New York, 1999
  • GARTEL: MILANO ART FAIR, Milan, Italy, 1999
  • Laurence Gartel: Arte & Tecnologie, Galerie Posteria, Milan, Italy, 1998
  • L. Gartel: Older Works: 77'-82', Galerie der Gegenwart, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1998
  • Honoring L. Gartel: 20 Years of Computer Art, ART FAIR, Innsbruck, Austria, 1998
  • Laurence Gartel: 20 Years of Computer Art, Philip Morris, Berlin, Germany, 1997
  • Laurence Gartel: 20 Years of Computer Art, Philip Morris, Hamburg, Germany, 1997
  • Laurence Gartel: 20 Years of Computer Art, Philip Morris, Munich, Germany, 1997
  • Laurence Gartel: 20 Years of Computer Art, America Haus, Frankfurt, Germany, 1997
  • L. Gartel: New Works, Galerie der Gegenwart, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1997
  • L. Gartel: A Cybernetic Romance, Galerie der Gegenwart, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1995
  • L. Gartel: A Cybernetic Romance, Palm Beach Int. Airport, Palm Beach, Florida, 1995
  • Laurence M. Gartel: A Cybernetic Romance, Nicolae Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, 1992
  • Gartel: Romance Cibernetico, Gallery Euroamericano, Caracas, Venezuela, 1992
  • Cybernetic Romance, Fotogalerie Bordeneau, Neustadt, Germany, 1992
  • Cybernetic Romance, Calenberger Volksbank, Seelze, Germany, 1992
  • Laurence M. Gartel, MONDO MIAMI, Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida, 1991
  • Gartel, Cybernetic Romance and Computography, Neikrug Gallery, NYC, New York, 1991
  • Nuvo Japonica, Verbum Gallery, San Diego, California, 1991
  • L. Gartel, Digitized Holiday Visions, Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida, 1990
  • Gartel and Photography: The Next 150 Years, Spiritus Gallery, Costa Mesa, California, 1990
  • East Meets West, University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo, Colorado, 1990
  • Nuvo Japonica, Gallery International 57, NYC, New York, 1990
  • Laurence M. Gartel: Video Photos, Nikon House Gallery, NYC, New York, 1980
  • Laurence M. Gartel: Video Photos, Sea Cliff Photography, Sea Cliff, New York

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