Greg Allen-Müller

548 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011

Wednesday, May 18
2 – 6 pm, Private View, by invitation only
6 – 9 pm, Public Vernissage

Thursday, May 19 – Saturday, May 21, 12 – 8 pm
Sunday, May 22, 12 – 5 pm

Allen-Müller's works occupy the space between sculpture and painting. One can easily identify Greg’s signature perfectly polished brightly colored rectangular boxes that have qualities of industrially immaculate products.

Made of powder-coated aluminum and dyed acrylic glass – each part of the production process is executed by hand in the artist’s Bushwick studio to glossy perfection. Inspired by the modernity of the 60s the artist reclaims industrial material and gives forms significance beyond their intrinsic value. Reflection is a common theme in many of Greg's works. It takes on many meanings in many contexts. Similar to the way the reflections shift as a viewer moves position to a reflective object. 

Greg Allen-Muller
Hyper-Realistic Straight Lines
2016

Powder coated aluminum frame
43 x 46 x 7 in / 109.22 x 116.84 x 17.78 cm

Greg Allen-Muller
Hyper-Realistic Straight Lines
2016

Powder coated aluminum frame
43 x 46 x 7 in / 109.22 x 116.84 x 17.78 cm