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2022 Source Code, Gallery 1832



2021 Umbrella Art Fair, Washington D.C. 

2021 30 Under 30, Viridian Artists Inc., New York

2021 New Beginnings, Van Der Plas Gallery, New York

2021 Art in Times of Corona, Dab Art Co., Los Angeles
2021 Transition of Power: 2021, 13FOREST Gallery, Boston
2019 Interactive Installation, Arlo Hotel - Art Basel Miami


Balch Art Research Library (LACMA), Los Angeles

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Joe Taveras is an American roboticist, designer, and artist who delved into the world of painting at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic (March 2020). As a robotics expert, Taveras had no prior experience in the arts but harnessed the period of isolation to rapidly explore a myriad of styles and mediums. His artistic journey has revolved around four key interests: oneness and interconnectedness, the ego and relativistic multiplicity, the infinite power of the human mind, and the fusion of science and philosophy. Taveras is currently independent following the closing of Galerie Michael at the end of 2022. In only the first year of representation, the Gallery on Rodeo Drive sold over 50 large artworks to collectors around the globe.

Over the past two years, Taveras' innovative and thought-provoking creations have found their way into over 300 private collections around the world. Taveras' artworks currently reside in public and private collections in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Sweden, Paris, Spain, South Korea, China, Canada, and more.


Continually pushing the boundaries of artistic expression, Joe explores novel techniques that mirror both his inner and outer environments while questioning our shared future, societal norms, and the inexorable fusion of humanity with technology.

Rooted in modern philosophy, sociology, and science fiction, his ever-evolving style is a testament to his background in robotics. For two years, he served as Marketing Director for Temi, a leading personal robotics company, where he helped disseminate state-of-the-art robotic technology worldwide and witnessed firsthand the awe-inspiring yet daunting impacts of innovation on humanity. 

Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of music, ancient religious texts, and intensive studies in psychology, Taveras fuses cubist principles with a futuristic graffiti style that is uniquely his own. In doing so, he promotes awareness of our interconnected existence, challenging the ego's role in modern society, while harmonizing the realms of science and philosophy.

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By Diti Kohli | Globe Correspondent, May 13, 2021

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March 30, 2022

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