Born in 1976 in Santa Rosa, California, USA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, California, USA


Les peintures sur panneaux sculptés de Zach Harris dévoilent des mondes utopiques et dystopiques complexes. Ses visions psychédéliques, frôlant l’abstraction, immergent le public dans les profondeurs insondables de mystérieuses cosmologies. Similaire, d’une certaine façon, à celle du symbolisme du xixe siècle, l’histoire de l’art imprègne intensément son esthétique. Tandis que les couleurs vives de ses peintures détaillées jusqu’à l’obsession rappellent la qualité ornementale des miniatures perses, ses cadres finement gravés à la main ou au laser évoquent également les boiseries élaborées des retables chrétiens. La répétition méticuleuse des schémas et des motifs peints ou gravés dans toutes ses compositions opère comme des mantras aux yeux de ce fervent pratiquant de la méditation. Elle crée par ailleurs un jeu hallucinatoire entre la matérialité du relief et son illusion optique, évoquant l’éclat rayonnant et la dimension spirituelle des mandalas tibétains. L’art syncrétique de Zach Harris suggère des rituels intemporels qui, perdus ou prévisibles, doivent encore être déchiffrés.


- MFA, Hunter College, New York, NY

- BA, Bard College, Red Hook, NY

solo shows

- Perrotin, New York, NY (forthcoming)

- Studies for 20/20, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

- Sunset Strips to Soul, Perrotin, Seoul, South Korea

- Purple Cloud, Perrotin, Paris, France

- Must Chill, Feuer/Mesler Gallery, New York, NY

- Echo Parked In A No Vex Cave, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
- Central Park In A No Vex Cave, Zach Feuer, New York, NY

- Requiem Reversals, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
- Light Rain Cast No Shadow, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR

- Pagan Dirt, Never Work Gallery, New York, NY

- Perimeter Gallery, Belfast, ME

- Diamentina Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

group shows

- Please fasten your seat belt as we are experiencing some turbulence, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China

- Unorthodox, curated by Jens Hoffman, Kelly Taxter and Daniel S. Palmer, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY
- Death Ship: Tribute to H.C. Westermann, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA
- Deep Dark Submersion, curated by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA

- Left Coast: Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA

- Tapping the Third Realm, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA; Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

- Made in L.A, 2012, organized by the Hammer Museum and LAXART, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
- A Perfect Die, Fleisher Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
- More and Different Flags, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

- Brian Calvin, Charles Garabedian, Zach Harris, John McAllister, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
- New Age End of the World, Taxter and Spengemann Gallery, New York, NY
- Shape of the Problem, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR,
- Midnight at Malibu: a nocturnal survey of contemporary Los Angeles artists, Meulensteen Gallery, New York, NY

- The Alchemy of Things Unknown, Leila Khastoo Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
- Painting Comes Alive, Art Jail, New York, NY
- June Gloom, Country Club Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

- Implant, organized by The Horticultural Society of New York, The UBS Art Gallery, New York, NY

- Visionaries, The Makor Institute, New York, NY

- Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY

- After Image, The New York Studio School Gallery, New York, NY

public collections

- Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
- Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
- Santa Barbara Museum, Santa Barbara, CA
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
- Princeton University Museum, Princeton, NJ
- Rachofsky Collection, Dallas, TX

Zach Harris - Zodiac Wave

Zach Harris - Zodiac Wave

Zach Harri

765,00 €

Zach Harris - Catalogue

Zach Harris - Catalogue

Éditions Perrotin

42,65 €


New York Gallery Reopening

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