Stephen Lack, ‘Business Lunch 3:30’, 1983, Castor Gallery

About Stephen Lack

Looking to Pop artists such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, Stephen Lack considers how media has transformed modern, visual relationships in the surrounding world. Using a bright, varying palette and bold, outlining strokes, Lack imbues everyday, passing moments with a sense of optimism and idealism. He considers each piece to be a “small drama” in which modern relationships, urban violence, and politics emerge as dominant themes.

Canadian , b. 1946

Group Shows

New York,
Five Summer Suns