Quantel Paintbox

Until Fri 30 Jun | FREE
In partnership with the Computer Arts Society, we present an exhibition of 20 prints of digital art created on Quantel's Paintbox in the 1980s by some of the world's most famous artists, including Keith Haring and David Hockney.

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Quantel, the company that first brought digital art and graphics to the masses, the Computer Arts Society are revealing twenty pieces of digital art created on Quantel’s Paintbox in the 1980s by some of the world’s most famous artists.

A curated collection of 20 prints of Quantel Paintbox images – including work by Keith Haring and David Hockney – will be on show at Phoenix throughout May and June, the first time that these works have been brought together. The exhibition is part of an ongoing collaboration between Phoenix and the Computer Arts Society.

Free entry.

A PDF catalogue for the exhibition is available for download from the Computer Arts Society website, and a limited number of printed catalogues are available from the Computer Arts Archive Shop.