Augusto Arbizo

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Augusto Arbizo (born 1972 in Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines) is a visual artist, gallerist, and art curator. Arbizo lives and works in New York City. Arbizo studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and graduated from The Cooper Union School of Art, NY, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in painting; he earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan. His paintings move between abstraction and representation, presenting simple organic shapes in graphic and often chromatically vivid compositions. His solo exhibitions include White Columns, NY; Envoy, NY; Sandra Gering Gallery, NY; Michael Steinberg Fine Art, NY; and Roebling Hall Gallery, NY. Group exhibitions include PS1/MoMA, NY; Artists Space, NY; and The Queens Museum of Art, NY. As a curator, he has organized exhibitions for Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, NY, White Columns, NY, and John Connelly Presents, NY among others. He is the director of Eleven Rivington, NY (2007–present).

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