We are really excited about the additions of artwork by Robert Otto Epstein to the Finch & Ada Collection in collaboration with Uprise Art. So many wonderful things are happening with Uprise Art, make sure you join to get the latest in emerging artists, information on art trends, news, and events. For only $50 a month you can go from art enthusiast to art collector and turn your home into a mini-MOMA!
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We are excited to announce the release of two new paintings by Robert Otto Epstein. These paintings are part of the Finch and Ada Collection and exclusively available to Uprise members for subscription. These unique original works are one-of-a-kind so don’t miss out!
As with all artwork in the Uprise gallery, these paintings are available to Uprise members for $50/month per piece. Collecting original contemporary art has never been easier. Not a member? Join today.
Robert Otto Epstein’s artwork references the 21st Century concepts of the “flattened forms” associated with postmodern art movement of superflat or soflo superflat, most prominently used by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, and also seen in various Japanese graphic and fine arts as well as in the pop culture. In addition to this aesthetic similarity, Epstein aims to create a dialogue about the emptiness of consumerism and the ideals of the American Dream.
Epstein was selected in 2009 as part of the White Columns curated artist registry. His work has recently been exhibited in “Leisureland” at Maloney Fine Art, Los Angeles and past solo exhibitions include: “By All Accounts They Look Away,” at Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY and “Unknown Linguist,” at Kaffe 1668, New York, NY. Epstein lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.