“In my youth, I loved and played the game of baseball. I was a left-handed pitcher or a "southpaw" and I dreamed of pitching in the Major Leagues. I find a lot of my baseball card source material on the web in addition to what I have in the studio. I then re-interpret the imagery, first by hand-drawing a grid onto wood panel and then abstracting from the original source, by reducing and reassigning color codes to each component square.” — Robert Otto Epstein
Robert Otto Epstein (b. 1979) studied philosophy and political science at the University of Pittsburgh and law at the University of Durham in the UK. He has exhibited widely in the US and Europe and has been featured in several publications, including The New York Times, ELLE Magazine, L Magazine, The Jealous Curator, Design Sponge, The Chronogram, The New Criterion, Brown Paper Bag, Pattern Pulp, Juxtapoz, Little Paper Planes, Make Space, Dwell Studio, Roll Magazine, Past Present Future, and The Wild Magazine. Epstein’s work is in the corporate collections of Facebook, The Big Human, and Fidelity Investments, to name a few. Epstein has curated many exhibitions in New York City.
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