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Mark Hagen

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.

Selected artworks

  • Mark Hagen,                                      Rome was burnt in a day #4,                 2016

    Mark Hagen Rome was burnt in a day #4, 2016

    Acrylic through burlap over panel, titanium frame anodized with Diet Coke
    243,8 x 162,6 cm (framed) each panel
    96 x 64 Inches (framed) each panel

  • Mark Hagen,                                      To Be Titled (Substractive and Additive Sculpture #14),                 2012

    Mark Hagen 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

  • Mark Hagen,                                      To Be Titled (Subtractive and Additive Sculpture #9),                 2011

    Mark Hagen To Be Titled (Subtractive and Additive Sculpture #9), 2011

    Rainbow Obsidian and Steel
    137,16 x 177,8 x 81,28 cm

  • Mark Hagen,                                      Duplex Drive,                 2013

    Mark Hagen Duplex Drive, 2013

    Aluminium and Stainless Steel, Rainbow Obsidian
    38,1 x 33 x 38,1 cm

  • Mark Hagen,                                      To be titled (Additive Sculpture, screen #14),                 2012

    Mark Hagen To be titled (Additive Sculpture, screen #14), 2012

    Cement and steel
    4 modular elements, each 177,6 x 274,3 cm

Museum exhibitions

Selected press