Israel Lund, ‘Untitled’, 2013, David Lewis

About Israel Lund

Israel Lund produces paintings, prints, and zines that traffic in abstract imagery. For one series of untitled images, Lund used a truncated silkscreen process on raw canvas, cutting rectangles into his screen and manipulating it with a squeegee and acrylic paint to create pixelated images that look like blown-up photocopies. Lund has created numerous zines, such as Some, But Not All, of My Clothes, in which he pulled together a collection of Xeroxed images of his laundry. “I love images, but I also love the physicality of the container. That’s just as important to me,” he has said.

American, b. 1980, Bellow Falls, Vermont, based in Brooklyn, New York

Solo Shows

Culver City,
Israel Lund: "Rob e rt s&T ilt on"

Group Shows

Culver City,
The Road Ahead