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Mario Yrisarry

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Mario  Yrisarry Bilight
Bilight
- Acrylic on canvas , 1964
69 x 89 in
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Mario Yrisarry sprayed and stenciled his canvases with acrylic paint or drew right on the support with Prismacolor, exploring non-traditional, non-brush methods of applying pigment during the 1960s and 70s in New York. Inspired by jazz music, his linear applications of paint with combinations of hard and soft edges within the same composition created lyrical abstractions while his canvas-filling patterns produced a rhythm and beat. Yrisarry exhibited regularly with Graham Gallery and O.K. Harris Works of Art as well as at the Park Place Gallery in New York. His work was included in many important exhibitions: Painting Without A Brush, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1965; Whitney Biennial, New York, 1970; Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art,1970; Using Walls, Jewish Museum, 1970; Spray, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1971; The Structure of Color, Whitney Museum, NY, 1971; Grids, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, 1972. His artwork is in many private and public collections, including: Joseph Hirshhorn Collection, Washington, DC; Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana; Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; among others. Yrisarry was born in Manila, Philippines and studied at Queens College and Cooper Union in New York. He stopped painting and exhibiting in 1977. David Richard Gallery is now exhibiting and representing Yrisarry and his important artworks.

EXHIBITIONS

“Park Place Gallery: Founders and Friends, Then and Now”
Friday, February 3, 2017 - Friday, March 31, 2017
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Re-Op: ‘The Responsive Eye’ Fifty Years After
Friday, October 2, 2015 - Saturday, December 12, 2015
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Op Infinitum: 'The Responsive Eye' Fifty Years After (Part II)
American Op Art In The 60s

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 - Sunday, July 12, 2015
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Bilight
Acrylic on canvas   1964
69 x 89 in
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Mario  Yrisarry Summer formatting

Summer
Acrylic on canvas   1965
77 x 68 in
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100 Apaches
Acrylic on canvas   1964
96 x 96 in
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Mario  Yrisarry Color Corral formatting

Color Corral
Lithograph   1973
1/20
24.5 x 23.75 in
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First Forty Niner
Acrylic on canvas   1966
82 x 68 in
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Omega
Acrylic on canvas   1964
73 1/2 x 68 in
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Rivets
Acrylic on canvas   1966
69 x 83 in
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Septenary Yellow
Acrylic on canvas   1974
66 x 66 in
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Untitled
Lithograph   1967
16/20
29 x 23.25 in

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Viva Vida
Acrylic on linen   1972
72 x 72 in
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Mario  Yrisarry

Mario Yrisarry

Mario Yrisarry Biography

Born in 1933 and lives in New York / Philippines, is known for abstract expression.

Mario Yrisarry Description

Mario Yrisarry sprayed and stenciled his canvases with acrylic paint or drew right on the support with Prismacolor, exploring non-traditional, non-brush methods of applying pigment during the 1960s and 70s in New York. Inspired by jazz music, his linear applications of paint with combinations of hard and soft edges within the same composition created lyrical abstractions while his canvas-filling patterns produced a rhythm and beat. Yrisarry exhibited regularly with Graham Gallery and O.K. Harris Works of Art as well as at the Park Place Gallery in New York. His work was included in many important exhibitions: Painting Without A Brush, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1965; Whitney Biennial, New York, 1970; Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art,1970; Using Walls, Jewish Museum, 1970; Spray, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1971; The Structure of Color, Whitney Museum, NY, 1971; Grids, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, 1972. His artwork is in many private and public collections, including: Joseph Hirshhorn Collection, Washington, DC; Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana; Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; among others. Yrisarry was born in Manila, Philippines and studied at Queens College and Cooper Union in New York. He stopped painting and exhibiting in 1977. David Richard Gallery is now exhibiting and representing Yrisarry and his important artworks.

Mario Yrisarry Resumé

 

CURRENT EXHIBITION

2015        Op Infinitum: “The Responsive Eye” Fifty Years After, Part I, Part II, American Op Art in the 60’s, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

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