16 Facts About Laurence Gartel


Laurence Gartel was born on June 5,1956 and is an American artist, considered a pioneer of digital art.


Laurence Gartel's biography is included in Who's Who, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Art, and Who's Who in the World.


Laurence Gartel had the opportunity to teach Andy Warhol how to use the Amiga computer.


Laurence Gartel's work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Joan Whitney Payson Gallery, the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Princeton Art Museum, MoMA PS1, the Norton Museum of Art, and in the permanent collections of the National Museum of American History and the Bibliotheque Nationale.


Laurence Gartel has had many associations with musicians, including Debbie Harry Sid Vicious, Stiv Bators Johnny Thunders, Ace Frehley, and Wendy O Williams.


Laurence Gartel has created artwork for such pop culture stars as Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears.


Laurence Gartel was the official artist of the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.


Laurence Gartel was the artist on the NASA Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission launch at Kennedy Space Center on March 12,2015.


Laurence Gartel was the artist of the Newport Jazz Festival 2015.


Laurence Gartel has created the official art for the Angel Awards, Monaco International Film Festival 2015.


Laurence Gartel has created groundbreaking artworks for the National Basketball Association, the Walt Disney Corporation, Forbes magazine, Coca-Cola, Philip Morris, and many others.


Laurence Gartel was recently the Visionary of the 3D Print Conference in Santa Clara, California.


Laurence Gartel has spent the last several years creating "art cars," the first one being commissioned by Tesla Motors during Art Basel Miami Beach in 2010.


Laurence Gartel was the "feature" of the 113th New York International Auto Show with his own pavilion at the Jacob Javits Center in 2013.


Laurence Gartel's most recent Art Car is a Renntech Mercedes SL 65 V-12 Bi-turbo, unveiled at Fisher Island, Florida, during Art Basel Miami Beach, 2014.


Laurence Gartel created the first National State Art Car at the Capitol Building in Concord, unveiling with New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan in the summer of 2015.