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Tim Biskup uses his background in graphic design and illustration to paint bold compositions that are technically complex studies of color, subject matter, and design theory.
Tim’s work is driven by punk rock and an interest in Disney and Japanese anime characters. He incorporates an intense, graphic quality to his figural and abstract paintings; and uses bright hues and psychedelic imagery in his designs. Tim creates his “baroque modernist” artwork through complex uses of color and design theories. Although his actions and work are at times humorous or lighthearted, much of his work mimics his early anti-establishment sentiments towards the artworld and addresses ideas of anarchy, revolutionary idealism, and nihilism.
40 x 32″
40 x 32 inches
A highly versatile size that works well over sofas and mantels.
About the Artist
Tim paints complex graphics using bold color.Explore this Artist
About the Artist
Los Angeles-based artist Tim Biskup has been challenging institutional artworld practices since the inception of his career. He first realized he wanted to practice art after a trip to the Pompidou Center in Paris, where he was introduced to works by Robert Matta, Niki de Saint Phalle, and Jean Tinguely. Tim developed his artistic style by working as an illustrator, animator, and graphic designer—roles that continue to inform his current figurative and abstract paintings, printmaking, and sculpture. He gained his following by hosting artist-led live art auctions in bars around Los Angeles.
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