Avery Dennison is an American artist whose works are characterized by their innovative use of form and color. He has developed a unique style by combining traditional materials with new elements. His works have been exhibited internationally, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Among his most famous works are The Firebird (1964), The Starry Night (1965) and The Circus (1966). His paintings are known for their bold lines, vivid colors and intricate patterns, which he often employs to explore themes of displacement and displacement of identity. Dennison's work has been featured in major publications including Time, The New Yorker, Art in America and Artforum. He has been a recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Solomons Prize.
Avery Dennison, American artist, abstract expressionism, modern art, mixed media.
— Mei Wang
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