Glitch Art Exhibitions:

Glitch art, while steadily gaining popularity and recognition, is still relatively new. Exhibitions of glitch art are becoming more common, but are still far an few in between. The following are places in which glitch art has been exhibited in the past few years:

1.) The Loft Parlor
Mill 180
180 Pleasant Street
Third Floor
Easthampton, MA 01027

The Loft Parlor is an art space used for various exhibitions located in Massachusetts that once featured artist Sabato Visconti‘s glitch photography exhibit titled Memories Corrupt from October to November in 2013.

2) Gallery Gahoedong 60
60 Gahoe-dong, Jongno-gu,
Seoul, Korea

The Gahoedong 60 Gallery is an open space art gallery used for various exhibitions in Seoul, Korea that once featured artist Mathieu St-Pierre’s exhibit titled “100dpi.”

3) Tate Britain

Tate Britain is an art museum located in London that exhibits a variety of English art from the 1500s to contemporary works of today. This museum once hosted Loud Tate 2014 Code, an exhibit that featured art relating to the theme of coding and technology that included glitch art.

4)European House of Art
Upper Bavaria -Schafhof
85354 Freising/Germany
Am Schafhof 1

The European House of Art in Bavaria, Germany is a former sheep stable that hosts a plethora of cultural activities, including art exhibitions. The Schafhof location featured a glitch art exhibit that showcased Rosa Menkman and Nick Briz’s work from December 12, 2015 to February 7, 2016.

5) Furtherfield Gallery
McKenzie Pavilion
Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ

The Furtherfield Gallery is a space for a multitude of exhibitions relating to art and technology. This gallery featured glitch art curated by Rosa Menkman and performed by Antonio Roberts in the exhibit Glitch Momentum in June 8,2013.



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