Gregory de la Haba, ‘Natalie White’, Amstel Gallery

This painting is made as an ode to Nathalie White. It emphasize the excellent painting skills Gregory de la Haba masters.

2016 Solo show " Its Only The beginning" - The Black Sheep - Milano Italy
2015 Group Show "The Dirty Show" - Detroit - USA
2014 Group Show "The Dirty Show" - Detroit - USA
2014 Group Show Cutlog New York, USA - Amstel Gallery
2013 3 men show at Scope NYC - Amstel gallery
2012 Group Show Scope Art Basel, Swiss - Amstel Gallery
2012 Group Show " Summer in the City- the heat is on" Amstel Gallery Amsterdam
2012 Solo presentation " its only the beginning" - LA Art show - Amstel Gallery

About Gregory de la Haba

Gregory de la Haba reinterprets neoclassical themes through paintings that explore contemporary notions of masculinity. The artist introduces erotic themes into historical genres, such as equestrian painting and court-style portraiture. In his installation Equus Maximus, de la Haba extends his paintings into three dimensions, depicting horses with exaggerated genitalia on the verge of intercourse. “I love paintings that are powerful, provoking,” de la Haba has said. “I know what I like to see and what I like to paint.” Although his paintings tackle historical themes, de la Haba’s work is as much a consequence of his personal engagement with horse-racing, gambling, and his interest in embodiments of masculinity.

American, b. 1969, New York, NY, United States, based in Queens, New York