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 Greg Bogin  (1965 - )

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: large-scale abstract painting-commercial graphic satire

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in New York City where he has established his career as a contemporary artist, Greg Bogin studied at Cooper Union, receiving a BFA degree in 1987.  Many of his works are large-scale multi media pieces that include sprayed automobile lacquer.  His goal is to use techniques of modern graphics and advertising to create an  'in-your-face' impression on viewers.

Of a New York gallery exhibition in January, 2007, reviewer Stephen Maine wrote in Art in America about Bogin's exhibited pieces:  "They are inscrutable---equally menancing and jolly" and often are satires of modern advertising particularly the smooth, featureless 'finish fetish' of hot rods, surfboards in California.  . . . Too visually aggressive to be dismissed as 'decorative', the paintings allude to logos, badges, trademarks and the puffy, pudgy lettering and swooping, dynamic accents familiar from the annoyingly perky commerical graphics of the 1970s, themseleves a bastardizion of the 1930s.  . . .Bogin demonstrates that humor in painting is not confined to figuration." (137-138)

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Stephen Maine, Reviews, Art in America, January, 2007, pp. 137-138

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