Howard Wise Gallery

cultural institution, general

Art gallery; New York City and Cleveland, Ohio. Wise opened the New York gallery in 1960 after several years in Cleveland. The gallery specialized in kinetic art and light sculpture. From the 6th – 24th of April 1965 there was an exhibiton of computer art under the title of Computer-Generated Pictures featuring A. Michael Noll and Bela Julesz. Later this show turned out to have been the second of computer generated works worldwide.
Other exhibitons displayed by Howard Wise were On the Move (1964), Lights in Orbit (1967), and TV as a Creative Medium (1969). In 1971, he closed the gallery to concentrate on Electronic Arts Intermix#, an arts support service in New York City.

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Event(s): Computer-Generated Pictures (Noll & Julesz) (1965-04-06 until 1965-04-24)