The cumulative exhibition of artworks produced through The Holographic Art Grant, funded by the Hologram Foundation (Paris) in partnership with Center for the Holographic Arts (New York). Each artist selected through the international competition produces a major new holographic artwork.
Michael Bleyenberg (Germany)
Philippe Boissonnet (France/Canada)
Patrick Boyd (UK)
Lana Blum (USA)
Betsy Connors (USA)
Pascal Gauchet (France)
Setsuko Ishii (Japan)
Sam Moree (USA)
August Muth (USA)
Ray Park (South Korea)
Fred Unterseher (USA)
Art holograms sculpt light. Each artwork creates a enchanting viewing experience where memory, motion and imagery entwine.
The Holographic Art Grant is a competitive award that recognizes outstanding artists working with holography. The selected projects are chosen for artistic merit and originality. The Holographic Art Grant provides production funding to enable artists to create high quality art holograms.
Surprised by how few art collectors owned holograms Hugues Souparis established the Hologram Foundation to help artists overcome production costs and make artworks available to buyers. Creating a funding pool for hologram production enables the creation of new artworks, with the goal of bringing holograms into our everyday environments.
To promote engagement with holographic artwork the Center for the Holographic Arts develops and presents exhibitions with partner venues. Our Space:Light and Pulse Laser Holography programs support artistic experimentation with spatial and optical media. We inspire and educate with workshops that combine art, science and technology.
To view and purchase artworks www.iridescence-expo.org
MAY 2 – 26, 2019 HoloCenter | ON CANAL 325 Canal Street ∙ New York, NY, 10013
NOVEMBER 9 – 24, 2017 CENTRAL BOOKING 21 LUDLOW STREET, NEW YORK 10002
SEPTEMBER 1 – OCTOBER 9, 2017 HoloCenter on Governors Island, New York 10004
MAY 27 – JUNE 18, 2017 ESPACE 24B 24 BIS RUE–SAINT ROCH 75001 PARIS
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The HoloCenter a 501c3 charity supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; receives Materials for the Arts in-kind donations and generous donations from individuals.