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‘’These paper constructions of Zupcu originate with the concept of abstraction as both a verb and noun. The process demands a reductive reasoning of a three-dimensional object followed by manipulation into an illusion of space, light and shadow.’’

Black and White Magazine

 
 

GALLERY REPRESENTATION:

 

CLAMPART GALLERY

247 West 29th Street

New York, NY 10001

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ELLEN MILLER GALLERY

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ROSENBAUM CONTEMPORARY

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‘’Ion Zupcu gorgeous photographs at Miller Block Galley look more like abstract drawings or etchings. Crisp edges face us, with the rest of the models falling away in shadowy blurs’’

Boston Globe

 

‘’ ZUPCU b/w photographs of cubes may look like a design student’s homework, but there’s something satisfying about their simplicity and buoyancy. Teasing minimalism, he makes pictures of small painted wooden blocks that treat them as sculpture (tiny Judds) and textured surfaces ( miniature Rymans).’’

—  The New Yorker

 
 

COLLECTIONS:

UNM Art Museum. Albuquerque, NM.

Kresge Art Museum, Michigan.

The Museum of Fine Arts. Huston, TX.

Detroit Institute of Art. Detroit, Michigan.

Ialomita County Museum of Art. Slobozia, Romania.

Irish Museum of Modern Art. Dublin, Ireland

Dayton Art Institute. Dayton, Ohio.

The Dennos Museum Center. Dennos, Michigan.

The University of Michigan, Museum of Art.

Hite Art Institute. Louisville, Kentacky.