Joseph Grazi

Joseph Grazi

Working across a wide variety of different media, Brooklyn-based artist Joseph Grazi uses space and non-traditional materials to communicate to the viewer. The recurring theme of repetition in his installations, sculptures and drawings makes for a product of calm, conceptual beauty. From needles arranged in perfect army-like formations in his furniture, to the cross-hatchings in his meticulously rendered drawings, his repetitive nature of line bridges the many bodies of work. Grazi presents a distinguished level of shock value across all themes, where art becomes a spectacle, thus creating both feelings of comfort and uneasiness. (written by Natalie Trainor, curator)

Joseph Grazi was born in 1983 and graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2006. He has exhibited widely throughout New York museums, such as the Chelsea Art Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and art galleries including Melody Weir Gallery, Dash Gallery, and Art Amalgamated in a solo show called “The Fountain of Youth” in March 2012. Joseph is a featured artist of Lambert Fine Arts since it’s inception in

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