Gregory is from the World. He has exhibited at Gallery Brown (2012 LA); Scope (2012 Art Basel, Miami); Fred Segal x Lab Art (2013 LA); The Art of Elysium’s Pieces of Heaven, (2012 & 2013 LA); The Art Reserve x Siren Studios (2012, LA); G Show (2011, LA). He has done commissions and installations for Deitch Projects, The Standard Hotel, Mercedes-Benz, Tumblr, Electronic Arts, Sega, Christie’s, Vans, Red Bull, Hasbro, The Art of Elysium, Ciroc, Siren Studios and Warner Brothers Records. He has collaborated with artists RISK, James Georgopoulos, Louis XXX, Mar, 2wenty, and Beau Dunn. His work has been seen in magazines such as Interview, Flaunt, The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Complex, Paper, 12 Oz. Prophet, LA Weekly and has done the cover of both LA Canvas and Fabrik Magazine. In April 2014, Siff is invited to participate in the Santa Monica Museum of Art’s Precognito/Incognito 10 Exhibition. He also took part in the Mirror Mirror Project, which pairs professional artists with homeless at-risk youths to paint each others portraits. Gregory unveiled a recreation of his studio and along with the portraits at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Learn more at: www.gregorysiff.com
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Gregory Siff (American, b. 1977) is an American artist and actor known for his works that expertly blend Pop Art and Abstract expressionism. Culling imagery from popular culture, Siff infuses these icons with a particular level of emotional and temporal gesture, as denoted by the drips and drabs of his paint, a quality that is not often associated with painting of this genre. Amongst his accolades, the artist has collaborated with various brands, most notably the sneaker company Vans, where he acted as their “Art Ambassador.” He has also collaborated with the musician Patti Smith and has created commissions for the, now closed, Deitch Projects in New York City.Interested in consigning works by Gregory Siff? Learn more »
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