Enoc Perez, ‘Untitled (California)’, 2008, Sworders
Enoc Perez, ‘Untitled (California)’, 2008, Sworders

From Suite, signed, dated and numbered 12/20 in pencil, published by Grimm Fine Art Editions, Amsterdam, with their blindstamp, on wove paper, the full sheet, framed

About Enoc Perez

Enoc Perez's vibrantly colored paintings of nudes, still lifes, and modernist architectural icons, including the Seagram building and Lever House, embrace art's potential for pure beauty and pleasure, as well as its ability to tap into nostalgia. Inspired by Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, and Roy Lichtenstein's exploration of alternative techniques of mark-making, Perez mimics the process of color printing by making preparatory drawings for each color in a composition and using sheets to transfer oil paint to the canvas. However, he has since returned to the paintbrush.

Puerto Rican, b. 1967, San Juan, Puerto Rico, based in New York, New York