“As an artist, I search for a visual language that transcends cultural differences. My imagery is drawn is drawn from universal symbols, rendered as anthropomorphic cartoons in vibrant jewel-like colors. I seek the beauty of nature in mundane, everyday mass produced objects. My mission is to create a body of work that evokes a timeless and global vision. I aspire to create site-specific installations that invite interaction at all levels and speak to all generations and cultures about the human condition.”

Mark Hadjipateras

“Hadjipateras’ art is humorous in its awkwardness, but it is also aware of its relation to precedents that give it dignity by placing it within a recognizable context.
This is an art whose childlike forms are capable of reaching, indeed of
moving, an audience, by virtue of their immediacy and sense of reality as
funky but complex emanations of mind. Hadjipateras may exist between
categories, but he makes a unity of his conflicts define his status and so
offers us strong art."

Jonathan Goodman

 

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Exhibitions

CONTEXT Art Miami (2015)

Texas Contemporary Art Fair (2015)

Mark Hajipateras (2015)

Meaning in Print (2014)

Summer Selections (2013)

Mark Hadjipateras: City Dwellers
James Woodruff: Language in Line (2011)

Summer Selections (2008)

Selected Bibliography

Mark Hadjipateras: Sculpture Magazine March 2016, March 1, 2016

Universal Habitat: Mark Hadjipateras

Mark Hadjipateras

City Dwellers

City Dwellers

Work on paper

Work on paper

Work on canvas

Work on canvas

Habitat

Habitat


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