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Brief Published: 13 Apr 2011

Synthetic Colour: Greg Bogin


American painter Greg Bogin’s minimal, colour-focussed works use synthetic paints to blend colours together as a frame for white space.

First exhibited in 2009 at Leo Koenig Inc., New York, the series I Want To Be Your Friend combines fluorescent, saturated and semi-saturated hues in graphic lines, often employing uniform gradients as a means of merging colours.

Bogin’s portfolio to date is an impressive source of inspiration for colours of these levels.