"How We Play" Julian Lorber

Julian Lorber is an American artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He produces works using paint, drawing, collage, video, sculpture and installation. unique artwork and editions with both tactile and digital techniques. His artworks are about interactions and intention, between ourselves and the space we inhabit.

 

Julian was born in Bennington, Vermont and he received his B.F.A at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He has recently exhibited at Nicole Longnecker Gallery, Victori+Mo, Galerie Ernst Hilger and his recent show at Outlet Fine Art received a review in Art in America. His works have auctioned in museum, college, and institution benefits, including the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and The Massachusetts College of Art. Works have been included in numerous art fairs including Volta NY and Miami Basel, and are in private collections in the U.S and Europe.

 

Artist statement about

"This Is How We Play Now"

 

*I wanted to create a piece that would be about our social, political and environmental interaction, and specifically an American conversation.

'This Is How We Play Now is composed using studded baseballs, some of which are embedded in walls. In this piece, the American pastime has become a dangerous, Dada-esque object.

*It represents our concurrent interaction, that being social, political, environmental.

*There is a subculture context to this work. The desire to touch or use these sculptures functionally versus- collecting and viewing as an artwork. This is the roll of intention behind my work. The artwork is purchased as art but is also intended to be physically used if that is the collector's intention."

Trading Moments for Memory, 2016
Julian Lorber

Trading Moments for Memory, 2016

Acrylic paint, resin on panel

48 x 38 in

$8,000.00

LA_Flash #4, 2016
Julian Lorber

LA_Flash #4, 2016

Acrylic paint, resin on panel

12.50 x 9.50 in

$1,500.00

Rainshadow, 2015
Julian Lorber

Rainshadow, 2015

Acrylic paint, archival tape on panel

60 x 52 in

$10,000.00

How We Play Now, 2018
Julian Lorber

How We Play Now, 2018

Baseball, steel spikes

6 x 0 in

$250.00

Foundation of Intention
Julian Lorber

Foundation of Intention

Acrylic paint, archival tape on aluinum panel

48 x 38 in

$7,500.00

Portal
Julian Lorber

Portal

Acrylic paint, resin on panel

10 x 8 in

$1,500.00

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"How We Play" Julian Lorber
Julian Lorber is an American artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He produces works using paint, drawing, collage, video, sculpture and installation. unique artwork and editions with both tactile and digital techniques. His artworks are about interactions and intention, between ourselves and the space we inhabit. Julian was born in Bennington, Vermont and he received his B.F.A at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He has recently exhibited at Nicole Longnecker Gallery, Victori+Mo, Galerie Ernst Hilger and his recent show at Outlet Fine Art received a review in Art in America. His works have auctioned in museum, college, and institution benefits, including the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and The Massachusetts College of Art. Works have been included in numerous art fairs including Volta NY and Miami Basel, and are in private collections in the U.S and Europe. Artist statement about "This Is How We Play Now" *I wanted to create a piece that would be about our social, political and environmental interaction, and specifically an American conversation. 'This Is How We Play Now is composed using studded baseballs, some of which are embedded in walls. In this piece, the American pastime has become a dangerous, Dada-esque object. *It represents our concurrent interaction, that being social, political, environmental. *There is a subculture context to this work. The desire to touch or use these sculptures functionally versus- collecting and viewing as an artwork. This is the roll of intention behind my work. The artwork is purchased as art but is also intended to be physically used if that is the collector's intention."
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Nicole Longnecker Gallery
Houston
TX
2016-12-09T00:00:00.0000000+00:00
2017-01-07T00:00:00.0000000+00:00