New Zealand born Martin Basher received his BA (2003) and MFA (2008) from Columbia University, New York, where he lives and works. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at the Armory Show New York 2017 (with Anat Ebgi Gallery), art fairs in Los Angeles, Milan, Sydney and Paris, a solo exhibition at the City Gallery of Wellington (2014), commissions for Auckland Art Gallery (2013), The Public Art Fund New York (2011) and Socrates Sculpture Park New York (2008).
Basher has been the recipient of the Mc Cahon Residency in Auckland, New Zealand, The AAI residency in New York, and the Susan Goodman Residency in Berlin.
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Basher debuts a new series of landscape-based paintings that make clear the formal genesis of the ultra-saturated, hard-edge abstractions for which he is best known.
His work is featured in numerous public and private collections including The Agnes Gund Collection New York, The Majuda Collection Montreal.
The Chartwell Collection Auckland and James Wallace Collection Auckland.
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