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