Over the course of his career, Robert Graham developed an exceptionally focused artistic practice preoccupied with scale and the human figure. Since the early 1970s his works have been exhibited widely at venues including the Kunstverein, Hamburg, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Graham’s work is held in major museum collections and he received numerous public commissions, including the 1984 Olympic Gateway in Los Angeles and the Duke Ellington Memorial in Central Park, New York, in 1997. Born in Mexico City in 1938, Graham died in Santa Monica, California, in 2008.
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