Greg Auerbach is an LA-Based artist that has sold work around the world and recently been acquired in the same collections as Warhol, Lichtenstein, Haring and Rauschenberg. Of note, in just the past year, Greg was asked to do work for the Official Oscars after party, he was commissioned by Norman Lear and Adrian Grenier, had work placed in the home of Elon Musk, shown with Shepard Fairey and Mr. Brainwash in Miami, had his work featured in Variety Magazine and had a very successful solo show in LA (28 original 6’ x 5’ pieces featured for 2 months at the Arclight in Hollywood with a viewership of over 20,000 people a week. His work can be seen from LA to India.

His work consists mostly of spray paint over mixed-media, often with reclaimed materials ranging from shiny bullets to dirty newspaper clippings. He wants to change the world, he'll hopefully at least make a dent, and his mother is very proud of him.

Greg's newest series is called Future: No Future and depicts scenes of ongoing world travesties and their repercussions (i.e. child homelessness, global warming, and human trafficking.) His previous series, Hollywood Graffiti, is ongoing and started with famous Hollywood icons over relative collage. It's since expanded to showcase Greg's heroes, varying from musicians to revolutionaries.

He received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts, and at just 30 years old, Greg's work can be found in private and corporate collections from around the world.

Greg tries to incorporate at least one charity into his solo shows. Recently he has been working with Free Arts for Abused Children as well as the Children's Burn Foundation. Greg's work can be seen in the Headquarters for both The People for the American Way and The Aids Healthcare Foundation. LINKS: (Free Arts for Abused Children | The Children's Burn Foundation)


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