Henry Drawing Machine Two goes to London Posted: 11 October 2021
September 23, 2021: The London Science Museum collected Henry's Drawing Machine Two and a donated artwork, from Elaine's residence in Manchester.
For the first time in over 60 years, Elaine's family no longer possess one of their father's beloved drawing machines.
The machine, which has remained inoperable since its return from the American leg of Cybernetic Serendipity (1968), now forms part of the Museum's permanent collection.
Pop-up Henry exhibition at Chorlton Arts Festival Posted: 11 October 2021
September 11 to 19, 2021: pop-up Henry art exhibition in Chorlton, Manchester as part of the Chorlton Arts Festival.
Passers-by in Chorlton Precinct were able to read banner stands and an information leaflet describing Henry's 1960's generative art.
Elaine and Sean O'Hanrahan were able to interact with the public as they leafed through more than 50 original Henry pictures in display folders.
The response was overwhelmingly positive.
Telephone Paintings exhibition in New York and Montreal Posted: 11 October 2021
Thanks to the Kate Vass Galerie, one Henry picture included in a virtual exhibition called Telephone Paintings at the New York Artbook fair and Elektra Montreal Showcase of Digital Creation (March 29-April 1st 2021)
July to October 2021 "Telephone Paintings" was exhibited at Anteism Books, Montreal, Canada.
Saint Somebody 2021 Posted: 11 October 2021
April 30, 2021, two Henry pictures included in the exhibition Saint Somebody Venue: New Digital Art Space in the Santa Fe Railyard Art Vault at the Thoma Foundation, Santa Fe, U.S.A. Artists include José Armijo, Dara Birnbaum, Nancy Burson, R. Luke DuBois, Carla Gannis, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Desmond Paul Henry, Jason Salavon, Cauleen Smith, Anne Spalter, Bill Viola, Saya Woolfalk, and an unidentified artist from 18th-century Cuzco, Peru.