Andrew Gbur

American, born 1984

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Andrew Gbur

American, born 1984

Andrew Gbur is best known for his screen-printed ink paintings of repetitive, colored stripes in the tradition of Frank Stella and Op artist Victor Vasarely. He uses obscure images, patterns, and monochromes to explore duplication, originality, and visual representations of the experience of music. His repetitive imagery forms a visual pulse, accentuated by the use of translucent inks rather than paint. Gbur also makes mixed-media paintings and collages, in which he explores his interests in optics, industrial processes, and minimalist abstraction.

Selected career achievements
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Group show at a major institution
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and 1 more
fair
Included in a major biennial
Greater New York
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