Robert Otto Epstein's Deconstructionist Sculpture at ADA Gallery, Summer 2018

Two of Robert Otto Epstein's deconstructionist sculptural works have been featured for the duration of ADA's Summer 2018 Exhibition, 15 YRS! Everyone in the Pool. Pictured here is his work, "5k$16%£d$!27&9t", 2018 (19 x 19 x 3 inches). Check out Robert's bio below:

Born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1979, Robert Otto Epstein earned a BA in Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh (1998), and studied law at the University of Durham in the UK (2000-1). He has shown widely in the US and Europe: The Hole (New York); The Drawing Center (New York); Ada Gallery (Richmond, VA); Roberts Projects (Los Angeles); Jeff Bailey Gallery (Hudson, NY); Jack Hanley Gallery (New York); Mulherin + Pollard (New York); Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York); The University of Hawaii (Manoa); 99 Cent Plus (Brooklyn, NY); Hemphill Fine Arts (Washington D.C.); Pierogi Gallery (Brooklyn); Geoffrey Young Gallery (Great Barrington, MA); LIU Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY); Voorkamer Gallery (Lier, Belgium); Hionas Gallery, (New York); Kenise Barnes Fine Art (Larchmont, NY) Harbor (New York, NY).

ROE has been featured in: The New York Times, VICE, ELLE Magazine, L Magazine, Juxtapoz, The Wild Magazine, The Jealous Curator, Design Sponge, The Chronogram, The New Criterion, Pattern Pulp, Little Paper Planes, and Dwell Studio. Epstein’s work is in the corporate collections of Facebook, The Big Human, and Fidelity Investments, Oscar Health to name a few. Epstein has curated several exhibitions in NYC. ROE currently lives and works just outside of New York City.

Inspired by deconstructionist philosophy and design, Robert Otto Epstein’s drawings, paintings and sculptural works meditate upon the subversion of meaning. His works exist as metaphors for systems of cognition and production, as he states, “Through my work I explore the way that repetitiveness is structured into discrete forms that are shaped by the prototype, which become the pattern, which become the system, which is itself repeating.” Using these reductive imageries, Epstein’s work incites viewers to contemplate the building blocks of concept and life systems. 

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