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Robert Petrick (B.1945)

Robert Petrick is an American artist born in 1945. In 1984, he moved to New York and has focused primarily on developing a painting vernacular strongly rooted in the New York School of Conceptual Abstraction and avant garde music. Petrick's work presents an exceptional color scheme with loosely formed shapes based around a type of gestural geometry. His consistent practice integrates vaguely geometric forms which interact, collide and float, suggesting both object and non-object simultaneously. Petrick has exhibited consistently over the past 45 years in the Lower East Side community including, Pyramid Club, Danceteria, Colab and Peanut Underground. Petrick has presented recent solo exhibitions at the Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University and Carter Burden Gallery in New York.

 

 

 
 
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