Josef Twirbutt was born in Lithuania. He graduated from the Gdansk Technical University in Poland receiving his MA Degree . Lived in Paris, France and in New York City from 1959 to 2012. In He had his first solo art show at the Grand Central Moderns Gallery in 1965 and took part in numerous art shows in the US, Spain, Monte Carlo, France, Italy, Belgium and Mexico. In 1969 his works were included in the US State Department traveling exhibition “Art for Embassies” throughout Europe and South America. Large scale installations have included murals at New York City Police Headquarters, Boston , the Eastman Kodak in Rochester and IBM in Franklin Lakes, NJ. He is represented in the collections of Mexico City Museum of Modern Art, Phoenix Art Museum, Andrew D. White Museum of Art, New York University Art Collection, US State Dept. Art Collection, The Kosciuszko Foundation Art Collection.
Video of his works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIzMgHmYJ28&t=8s
Composition 46, 2014
wood, 24" x 24"
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