8/29/18 Newsletter


Dear Friends,

After considerable effort over the past four years, I'm very excited to share with you the company and larger art/tech community we call Artmatr.

With enormous help from MIT, Pratt Institute, Konstanz University and generous corporate partners like Bluedge, we have been able to bootstrap a project that would otherwise have cost millions of dollars in development.

By uniting traditional art practices and innovative technologies, Artmatr is helping to redefine what painting can mean in the digital age.

Please find our monthly newsletter below. And you're cordially invited to our first open house on Thursday September 13th, 2-7pm (53 W. 17th St.)

You will be receiving an invite under separate cover.

Kind regards,

Ben Tritt



Artmatr is an international community of artists and engineers merging cutting edge technology with traditional painting methods.


Artmatr Collaborations



Barnaby Furnas: Frontier Ballads

March 1 – April 14, 2018

Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

For his 7th solo exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery, Frontier Ballads, contemporary painter Barnaby Furnas collaborated with Artmatr to develop new hardware and software devices that would aid in the creation of his new body of work.



Raghava KK: M.T.F.

Artmatr Lab, 53 West 17th St, New York, NY

September 13th, 2018

Open House: 2pm - 5pm

Artist Talk + Reception: 5pm - 7pm

Raghava KK, named by CNN as one of the 10 most remarkable people of 2010, is a multidisciplinary artist and storyteller whose work is shown in galleries and museums around the world. Raghava will debut a series of new paintings created in collaboration with Artmatr on September 13th from 2pm - 7pm, with an artist talk at 5pm.

Artmatr Prints


Matr Prints

Matr Prints are our way of bringing the innovative new artwork we create in our Lab to you.

Matr Print - Editions

Limited edition layered archival prints created using UV curable ink and polymer.

Maria Kreyn - "The Horizon"
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Ben Tritt - "Baby Mikah"
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Matr Print - Series

Short-run layered prints created using oil-based ink.

Series prints are hand-manipulated by the artist during the printing process, making each print completely unique.