New York based contemporary artist Charles Lutz is best known for his paintings and sculptures that deal directly with the contemporary art world, mirroring socioeconomic issues in the greater society. Lutz introduces a complex vision that questions amongst other things, the definition of originality. His ideologies stem from a multifaceted background including working for some of the largest names in the world of contemporary art, in addition to his formal study of Painting and Art History at Pratt Institute, NY. Lutz has been in several one person exhibitions and group shows internationally. He has also done projects for The New Museum, Surface Magazine, Time Out New York, and the Terminal 5 exhibition at JFK International. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
|Eric Shiner||May 13, 2012|
|Steven Heller||August 30, 2010|