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Hein Gravenhorst

Hein Gravenhorst has exhibited his artworks in major digital art exhibitions in the dawn of computer art, such as “New Tendencies IV” in Zagreb in 1968 and the “Wege zur Computerkunst” show in 1970. Hein Gravenhorst’s career as an artist lasted from 1965 until 1973, before he dedicated his life to spiritualism and the Taoistic healing methods. Hein Gravenhorst’s artworks can be found in many prominent art collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. His artworks resemble the Op Art movement of his contemporaries, such as Bridget Riley, and show proximity to the psychedelic visual effects and counterculture movement of the 1960s. elementum will be releasing a curated selection of five NFT works, which Hein Gravenhorst created between 2019 and 2021, and will become available as unique, from an edition of 5 and an edition of 10 at various price points.

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Hein Gravenhorst

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