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American artist Gregory Siff is best known for his highly emotive style that merges abstraction, pop and action painting.

By Tom Wright
Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 7/31/21 – By using inks, acrylic and spray-paint, he creates iconic elements in the form of storyboards, capturing time and nostalgia. His works have been included in MoMA PS1’s “Rockaway!”,“Vans Custom Culture” at the Whitney Museum of American Art and in luxury fashion house Saint Laurent’s F/W 2018 Collection.  Gregory also collaborated with revolutionary fashion brand, Pyer Moss, painting pieces live on the runway that are now archived by The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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