©UNPAINTED 2014, Chicks on Speed supported by Villa Stuck Munich
©UNPAINTED 2014, Chicks on Speed supported by Villa Stuck Munich


The UNPAINTED media art fair is a unique art fair and platform for digital art. It was first held in 2014 and attracted more than 60 international participants to the Bavarian capital. The audience met the digital art with a mixture of curiosity and uncertainty. But the broad educational program cleared up many questions and most of the participants went home with new ideas and sales results.

In February 2016 UNPAINTED returns newly energized. From 19.-21.02.2016 Munich will be a venue of digital art again – a place which balances education and entertainment, talks and performances, commercial interest and experimental projects.
The UNPAINTED is supported by volunteers and conveyors, which aim to strengthen the power of digital art and share their knowledge with a broad audience. You can also share this vision with us and become a part of UNPAINTED: As a helper, partner or sponsor.  The UNPAINTED provides multiple ways to get involved: mail@unpainted.net


The founders of UNPAINTED are Dr. Annette Doms, Benedict Rodenstock and Irmin Rodenstock Beck. Background: Big Data, cloud, network neutrality, Facebook and Twitter: who would have expected that these technologies would once have such a large impact on our society? The mobile Internet as a future market. The fair displays the latest trends and signs of contemporary art.




“UNPAINTED, Munich’s first New Media Art fair, opened its doors on January 17th to play host to over 50 exhibitors from around the globe, showing work that covers the wide range of artists actively engaging with the internet as a creative medium. Acting equally as an exhibition space, buyer ground, and educational platform, Unpainted seeks to broaden Munich’s views on how technology has affected the very fabric of our world. Works ranging from the historical to the up-and-coming were on display, along with performances and lectures covering a range of topics related to art and technology” Spencer Longo wrote at the creatorsproject — Jan 24 2014

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