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I began my career as a painter, but over time, I h
I began my career as a painter, but over time, I have begun to look for ways to push the boundaries of my practice. The three-dimensionality of the wall-drawings led me to explore different mediums. I have also created mobiles, wall drawings, and de-constructed painting installations using multiple canvases that utilize the architecture space constraints including the floor, ceiling, and corners of rooms.
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"Hiroshima," oil, natural pigment, and acid on copper, 36 x 72 inches, 2012 - 2013
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Design For Living No. 4, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 IN
Design For Living No. 4, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 IN, 2012
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Ricardo Lemvo,  2012 (color photograph)

Cover p
Ricardo Lemvo, 2012 (color photograph) Cover photograph for musician Ricardo Lemvo's upcoming CD.
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3800 Barham Boulevard 44x66 2011 at Hirschl & Adle
3800 Barham Boulevard 44x66 2011 at Hirschl & Adler Modern New York
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"Vortextural", 2013 / 42 x 35 x 30 inches / Installation of hand-cut acid-free paper, foam board, glue
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studio shot, LA 2012
studio shot, LA 2012
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Leaving Tomorrow, 2012 Mixed Media on Paper 15.75
Leaving Tomorrow, 2012 Mixed Media on Paper 15.75" x 11"
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USSR Pavilion 1937 (Exposition Internationale des
USSR Pavilion 1937 (Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, Paris, 1937) Lambda print on acrylic, oak frame 107.3 x 132.3 x 4.6 cm Edition 1/1 + 1 EA 2012 Courtesy Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin “The Future of Yesterday” May 2013 Book publication The Future of Yesterday features a visual history of 50 international fairs in 100 photographs, dating back to the first fair in London in 1851 and ending with the Shanghai World Expo in 2010. This photographic investigation took place between 2008 and 2012 and is extensively described in essays by Elena Filipovic, Catherine L. Futter and Anna Jackson. The image on the cover was for me the most confronting site I have seen. It is the USSR pavilion that in 1937 stood in Paris across from the German Nazi Pavilion. This pavilion has been entirely rebuilt in 2011. http://www.ludion.be/#/en/fotografie-film/-xrx
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When creating the oilboard stencil pieces I usuall
When creating the oilboard stencil pieces I usually make multiple versions at once. In this case I'm taking individual sentences from Richter and layering them willy-nilly on top of each other creating a mashup. I love how they finish, but this one, in the process of drying, still has more layers to go. 30 x 39". Oilboard and acrylic on panel.
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