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Justin Adian

Two Piece , 2015

Oil enamel on canvas over ester foam
23 × 28 × 3 in
58.4 × 71.1 × 7.6 cm
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Brussels, Paris, London, New York , Shanghai
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Courtesy of Almine Rech Gallery and the artist. © Justin Adian. Photo by Matt Grubb.
Justin Adian
American, b. 1976
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Justin Adian’s core practice involves stretching oil enamel- or spray painted canvas around foam cushions, often combining two or more shapes to form composite wall-mounted reliefs. His unfamiliar and colorful shapes are rooted in the Minimalist tradition of Ellsworth Kelly and Kenneth Noland, though Adian’s forms contrast sharply with the rectilinear frames and precise geometries of Minimalism. Adian’s process is an attempt to give colors a three-dimensional form without actually leaving the mounting wall and becoming a freestanding sculptural object.

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Courtesy of Almine Rech Gallery and the artist. © Justin Adian. Photo by Matt Grubb.
Justin Adian
American, b. 1976
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Justin Adian’s core practice involves stretching oil enamel- or spray painted canvas around foam cushions, often combining two or more shapes to form composite wall-mounted reliefs. His unfamiliar and colorful shapes are rooted in the Minimalist tradition of Ellsworth Kelly and Kenneth Noland, though Adian’s forms contrast sharply with the rectilinear frames and precise geometries of Minimalism. Adian’s process is an attempt to give colors a three-dimensional form without actually leaving the mounting wall and becoming a freestanding sculptural object.

Justin Adian

Two Piece , 2015

Oil enamel on canvas over ester foam
23 × 28 × 3 in
58.4 × 71.1 × 7.6 cm
Contact For Price
location
Brussels, Paris, London, New York , Shanghai
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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