Digital Artworks in Museums

Digital Artworks in Museums 1980's

You can own Mel Alexenberg's digital art and his pioneering digital fine art prints of the 1980's signed by the artist. They are the same ones that are in the collections of 30 museums throughout the world that have Alexenberg's screenprints, lithographs, etchings, or multimedia artworks in their collections.

Click on an image below to discover more about each fine art print that you can own that was created by Mel Alexenberg, known as Grandfather of Digital Art.

The Rembrandt inspired cyberangels in Alexenberg's prints came alive by flying around the globe on October 4, 1989, the 320th anniversary of Rembrandt's death. Their fax-art flights from city to city used AT&T's leading-edge communications technologies of the time.

They ascended from the AT&T building in New York, flew into Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, then to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, to the Museum of the Tokyo University of the Arts, to the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, returning to New York, home of Alexenberg's multimedia prints in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the same prints you can also own.