Mark Hagen

  • , Rome was burnt in a day #4, 2016
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    Rome was burnt in a day #4
  • , To Be Titled (Substractive and Additive Sculpture #14), 2012
    Rainbow Obsidian on Aluminium and Stainless, Steel Space Frame
    121,92 x 91,44 x 15,24 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Subtractive and Additive Sculpture #9), 2011
    Rainbow Obsidian and Steel
    137,16 x 177,8 x 81,28 cm
  • , Duplex Drive, 2013
    Aluminium and Stainless Steel, Rainbow Obsidian
    38,1 x 33 x 38,1 cm
  • , To be titled (Additive Sculpture, screen #14), 2012
    Cement and steel
    4 modular elements, each 177,6 x 274,3 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Screen #17), 2012
    Cement, metal armature
    183 x 146 x 35,5 cm
  • , To be Titled (Additive Painting #105), 2012
    Acrylic on burlap
    210,2 x 162,6 x 3,8 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Additive Painting #108), 2012
    Acrylic on burlap
    172,7 x 132,1 x 3,8 cm
  • , Dilutants and Mannerists, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , Dilutants and Mannerists, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , Barbaria, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , Barbaria, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , Delicious, Atrocious Experiments, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , Delicious, Atrocious Experiments, 2014
    Acrylic through burlap, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Cement Screen #19), 2014
    Cement, iron oxide pigment, stainless steel armature
    238,8 x 89,5 x 35,6 cm
  • , A parliament of some things (Additive and Subtractive Sculpture, Obsidian Screen, Panels 1 & 2), 2014
    Volcanic glass, epoxy on aluminum honeycomb panel
    2 parts: 84” x 30”; 84” x 30”
  • , A parliament of some things (Additive and Subtractive Sculpture, Titanium Screen, Panels 6, 7, 8), 2014
    Anodized and etched titanium on aluminum honeycomb panel
    3 parts: 84” x 24” ; 84” x 24” ; 84” x 30”
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #49), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #49), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #57), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    245,7 x 164,5 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #57), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    245,7 x 164,5 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #53), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    245,7 x 164,5 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #53), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    245,7 x 164,5 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #47), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #47), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm
  • , To Be Titled (Gradient Painting #51), 2014
    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    184,8 x 123,8 x 5,1 cm

Los Angeles-based artist Mark Hagen foregrounds the interplay of materials, process, and form in his geometric, minimalistic paintings, sculptures and installations. Hagen finds inspiration in the breakdown of history, vision, and hierarchies and creates works by pushing common and utilitarian materials in directions which reveal the process of making.


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