Ivan DepeñaFederal Center Station
Ivan Toth Depeña is an artist and designer living and working in Brooklyn, NY. With a Masters Degree in Architecture from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, Depeña's output as an artist is informed by his experience in art, architecture, technology and design.
Combining many sources of media, form and materials, Depeña seeks to blur boundaries and create projects that exist within a new and amorphous hybrid of various creative disciplines.
His studio output includes (and often fuses together) painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, public art, interactivity,installation and incorporates a hands on methodology combined with high tech output and fabrication.
His recent public art projects and exhibitions include, "Reflect," a permanent
light-based installation for the Stephen Clark Government Center Lobby in Miami, "Aesthetics and Values 2011" at the Frost Museum in Miami, "Miami in Transition" at the Miami Art Museum and various group and solo exhibitions throughout the U.S.
Current projects include several large-scale private commissions and the preparation for upcoming museum and gallery exhibitions, including the New Britain Museum of American Art (summer 2013) and a residency at the McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC (Fall 2013).
For more information about Ivan please visit his website