A dual catalog of all images from the Digitalism III and the Donnie 2011
Contests and Exhibits at the Museum of Computer Art in Brooklyn, NY,
Dec. 14, 2010 to Jan. 7, 2011 and Jan. 25 to Feb. 11, 2011 respectively.
Each image authentically reproduced in full color on its own page.
Gloss paper. 52 pages. 40 images by 24 artists from 9 countries.
A valuable promotional tool for all contributing artists and another in our
ongoing series of prestigious catalogs recording the history of digital art in our era.
Introductory essay by the distinguished digital art critic JD Jarvis.
Edited by MOCA director Don Archer. Design by Steve Soper.
Don Archer is co-founder and director of MOCA: Museum of Computer Art. MOCA was founded in 1993 as a virtual museum. It is a nonprofit educational corporation chartered by the New York State Department of Education and is a member of the University of the State of New York. It has been granted 501 (c) (3) tax-free status by the IRS. Its celebrated and highly-trafficked website at http://moca.virtual.museum is host to hundreds of distinguished international artists and thousands of their images. Don Archer directs the Museum from his offices in Brooklyn and Prattsville, New York.
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