American Dream by Gareb Shamus

Part of a Guy Hepner and Avant Arte collaborative exhibition All Art Everything showing from April 9th to April 29th in SOHO.

Guy Hepner and Avant Arte aim to merge the boundaries of technology and art. The exhibition presents a collection of the most trending artists currently online, and explore the current fascination of social media, technology and the contemporary artist.

Availability

Available

Created

2016

Genre

Emerging

Medium

Acrylic on wood

Presentation

Uniquic

Signed

Yes

Size

48 x 48 In

Description

American Dream by Gareb Shamus

Gareb Shamus is part of a Guy Hepner and Avant Arte collaborative exhibition All Art Everything showing from April 9th to April 29th in SOHO.

Guy Hepner and Avant Arte aim to merge the boundaries of technology and art. The exhibition presents a collection of the most trending artists currently online, and explore the current fascination of social media, technology and the contemporary artist.

​For Avant Arte, March sees an exciting month with the launch of their new app that aims to further connect the world with art through technology. “We believe amazing thing can happen when art and technology come together and we’ve created a singular (or unique) platform that allows people to purpose their dreams of art.”

Gareb is an emerging contemporary artist born and raised in/around New York City and currently resides in the West Village. His current body of work explores how to deliver and apply paint in a way that allows him to be exact, methodical and precise (such as the technique of Rothko, Newman, Mondrian). His techniques allow a texture and weight that you usually only see with heavy impasto. He developed a delivery technique using his own design of apparatus to create works that are bold vibrant and accessible, but on closer inspection, challenge the viewer as to the origin and mechanics of the actual painting process.

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