July 2019: Hot Henry month Posted: 26 July 2019

Exhibitions July 2019

Desmond Henry - Exhibitions July 2019

Automat und Mensch, May 29th- October 15th, 2019, Kate Vass Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland.

Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers, June 7th- September 8th, 2019, The Old Library, Northgate St., Chester CH1, 2EF, UK. 

Pioneers of Computer Art, II, June 20th- 31st July, 2019, RCM Galerie, Paris, France.

Event Two, 12th - 17th July 2019, Royal College of Art, Kensington campus, London.

Henry in print! Posted: 18 October 2018

Crowther, Paul (2018) Digital Art, Aesthetic Creation: the birth of a medium, Routledge, pp.20-35.


Professor Crowther uses a philosophical approach to argue that art created by computers is really art. He dedicates the first chapter of this publication to Desmond Paul Henry. This represents the first in depth evaluation of Henry’s contribution to Computer Art.


“Henry remains a visionary independent who anticipates the ubiquity of technological being in the Postmodernism age.” (Crowther, 2018, p.35)

Henry in Paris! Posted: 18 October 2018

Two Henry artworks to be included in “Binary / Non-Binary“ from Nov. 5th 2018.
Venue: a private apartment in Paris, during the art fair Paris Photo.

Our thanks go to curator Georg Bak for including Henry in this exhibition.

Henry featured as a “display highlight” at the V&A! Posted: 18 October 2018

Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers
Celebrating more than 50 years of computer-generated art
July to Nov. 18th. 2018.

Venue: Paintings, Room 88a The Edwin and Susan Davies Gallery and Room 90, The Julie and Robert Breckman Prints and Drawings Gallery.
https://www.vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/chance-and-control-art-in-the-age-of-computers

CAS50 EXHIBITIONS: CELEBRATING FIFTY YEARS OF THE COMPUTER ARTS SOCIETY Posted: 18 October 2018

The Computer Arts Society was established in the UK in 1968 by George Mallen, Alan Sutcliffe and John Lansdown and pioneered the development of computer arts in the UK and worldwide.

The first exhibition: 23rd May until 13th June 2018. It will feature work by Stephen Bell, Peter Beyls, Desmond Henry, Ernest Edmonds, Sean Clark, Paul Brown, William Latham, boredomresearch, Sue Gollifer, Stephen Scrivener, Daniel Brown and Andy Lomas.
Venue: LCB Depot, Leicester, LE1 1RE

Second exhibition: EVA ’18 conference: 9th- 13th July 2018.
Venue: British Computer Society, London.

Third exhibition: Brighton Digital Festival, Sept. 19th- 23rd. 2018
Venue: The Phoenix, Brighton.

http://interactdigitalarts.uk/cas50
https://www.facebook.com/events/2084103658283526/