Carroll Fletcher Gallery opens Manfred Mohr: one and zero, the first Mohr’s solo exhibition in London.
The exhibition shows a survey of his fifty-years practice in 21 artworks, spanning from his early works about multidimensional cubes and automatic art, to the more recent experiments with colour and shape.
Beginning in the late 60s, Morh is today considered a pioneer in digital art, and an essential landmark to understand the modern computer aesthetic.
The show will be opened until 20th december and is accompanied by an essay about Morh’s trajectory by Alistair Rider.
Get more information about the Manfred Mohr: one and zero exhibition on the Carroll Fletcher Gallery website.