Phillip Low - Artists - Chamber Gallery

Phillip Low (Vancouver, 1965) is a New York–based artist who creates unique acrylic sculptures in various shapes, sizes, and colors. Low graduated from Central Saint Martins in London and apprenticed with fashion designer Geoffrey Beene before becoming creative director at now-defunct design shop Troy. His influences include North American artists working with acrylics in the 1960s and ’70s, as well Finish textile designers like Lena Rewell, and Swiss designer Karl Gerstner’s color theories, whose principles he applies to his work with acrylic plastic. He favors the material for its “precision, density, and optical qualities” and with it makes objects “that can be altered by the viewer to become something different.” Low’s work includes recent collaborations with DesignTex, AOL, and the French perfumer Frederic Malle.



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