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Mark Flores

1970
United States

12 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Mark Flores

Tbt

2013

46 x 61cm

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Seen Through

2013

30 x 41cm

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Sage Holiday

2013

51 x 100cm

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Pink Finder

2013

84 x 109cm

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Pattern Rec

2013

60 x 41cm

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Invisible Transparency

2013

46 x 61cm

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Hot Spots

2013

156 x 79cm

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Hot and Cool Zones

2013

41 x 60cm

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Gum Eye

2013

41 x 61cm

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Elevation

2013

305 x 51cm

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Colorfield Finder

2013

61 x 81cm

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Color Finder

2013

61 x 69cm

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Adeptly alternating between a range of painting styles—including gestural, photorealistic, and pointillistic—Mark Flores blurs the line between abstraction and representation to capture and convey how we see and understand the world. An avid observer of his surroundings, Flores is interested in color theory, specifically the emotional, psychological, and physiological effects of color perception. In See This Through (2009-10), he presented his perception of Sunset Boulevard, covering the lobby wall of the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, with 99 individual paintings pieced and gridded together. Each richly colored painting shows a fragmentary detail of the sites he has seen along the Boulevard: street signs, flowers, sunshine, mascara-laden eyelashes. As the work’s title suggests, Flores invites us, as he does in all of his paintings, to see the world through his eyes and to consider our own processes of seeing and perceiving.