New York-based artist Greg Bogin is known for his minimalist abstract works that feature bright color gradients and shapes. Bogin often creates custom-shaped canvases to elevate the dynamic qualities of his works that reference the logos and pictorial styles of the 1960s.
The artist recently teamed up with The Tennis Elbow, releasing a new original work called New Yorker (orange) that was made using acrylic ink on paper board. Ten percent of proceeds from the sale of this work will go to benefit the Food Bank for New York City — a non-profit organization that has been working to end food poverty in NYC’s five boroughs for over 36 years.
Bogin is the latest artist to collaborate with the Tennis Elbow on the weekly, charitable initiative. For inquiries on how to acquire work, visit The Tennis Elbow’s official website. Bogin’s work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions, including “Neon” at Martin Asbæk Gallery in Copenhagen, “Greg Bogin” at Howard’s Athens in Georgia (2019); Tennis Elbow at The Journal Gallery in New York, New York (2019);