The last three years, Yuroz continues to morph his work across mediums by incorporating iconography to devise a new speak that celebrates the human spirit in a higher magnitude. As a sequel to his 2016 limited edition release of the first ICONO serigraph “Dance with the Pomegranates”, today, Yuroz announced his 2019 ICONO Serigraph Diptych Release, “From Dusk Till Dawn”, with a limited edition of 49. “Mythological Renaissance paintings revived and developed iconography with its own conventions. I was drawn to the incredible sense of balance between a palette of basic colors and the multi-dimensional coalescing of simple lines, curves and shades,” commented Yuroz. The ICONO Collection was conceived to celebrate ourselves and people […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – NOVEMBER 16TH, 2018 (LOS ANGELES, CA) – YUROZ’S “CONVERSATION” SCULPTURE INSTALLATION SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 17 AT 8 AM MARKS THE FINAL STEP OF HOTEL HYATT PLACE GLENDALE’S PUBLIC ART PROJECT CONSTRUCTION Envisioned as a homage to Glendale’s Artistic Community, the new installation of Yuroz’s “Conversation” sculpture offers a vibrant addition to Glendale’s development landscape, presenting a strong visual journey and emotional connection for visitors with the architecture and its environment. World-renowned for his iconic geometric abstraction of simple beauties in love and life and the human condition, Yuroz’s “Conversation” is a visual testament of Hyatt Corporation’s commitment to elevate the local community through art that is approachable, engaging, […]
PRESS RELEASE: May 24th, 2017 (Los Angeles, CA) – To celebrate the allure of life, Yuroz announces a new line of refined luxury furniture, Jewelry for Your Home, featuring functional art you can touch. Fusing key designs inspired by his original fine art collections, Yuroz kicks off the offering with one-of-a-kind hand-etched and hand-painted metal top-plates on a time-proven metal frame with famed Venetian silver finish inspired by furniture design icon, Nancy Corzine. Incorporating images inspired by his Symbiosis Fine Art Museum Collection released in 2016 and his Pulse of the Roses collection released in 2017, Jewelry for Your Home released two distinctive accessory table styles, Arlo and Eternity, signed and numbered in limited edition with a selection […]
YUROZ at ART STAGE SINGAPORE 2017 at the MARINA BAY SANDS B2 BOOTH # E20 For the 7th edition of Art Stage Singapore January 12 – 15, 2017, which will be our 3rd annual participation in this fair, a bold collection of transcending work by Yuroz was curated. Be it the rapturous racing bulls that the artist set free in Breaking Through, or the heightened emotions of a tight embrace, this Impasto Collection showcases the artist’s playfulness as he manipulated light and shade with raised surface of undiluted paint, coalescing color with his palette knife on the naked canvas. A sample of the new Cadence Collection will be on view. Here, Yuroz orchestrated a […]
On August 23rd, we learned that the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego has acquired Yuroz’s 1992 release of Kiss Under the Red Hat, a limited edition serigraph on paper, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm) into its permanent collection. This acquisition was made possible by the generous donation of Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Tami Lang. Kiss under the Red Hat depicts a capsule of romantic longing where the man sifts through the woman’s hair with his fingers like sand through an hourglass and she teases his chin with a caress of her fingernail. She dangles her private love from her finger tips in the form of Yuroz’s iconic blue […]
Moso Art Gallery is pleased to announce our inaugural participation at Art New York (by Art Miami) showcasing newly-released work from Yuroz, a celebrated United Nations’ commissioned and Vatican bespoken artist who is world-renowned for his iconic geometric abstraction of simple beauties in love and life and the human condition.
Through ambitious abstraction of trees and his iconic geometric expression deployed in diverse medium and varied representation, Yuroz, draws his viewers in to share his visual exploration of nature and its relationship with mankind. The artist attempts to ultimately deliver viewers to harmony in accord with nature but he said, . Yuroz’s Symbiosis opened in Coral Springs Museum of Art on March 12th. The exhibit will remain there until May 28th and we encourage you to visit the exhibit. Museum guest curator, and renowned art critic, Bruce Helander, offered us a behind the scene look at the installation on site and talked us through his curating journey of this wonderful collection. https://vimeo.com/160375812 During […]
We are pleased to announce the unveiling of Yuroz’ “Symbiosis” Collection, a visual symphony of perspectives and dimensional rhythm where this internationally acclaimed artist guides us to the reckoning of the interdependence between our survival with nature, and nature’s survival with the attitude of the human race.
In a recent study released by Adobe Creative, 80% of people believe that unlocking creativity is critical to economic growth. World renowned Los Angeles based painter and architect, Yuroz, has spent his life in service to the creative process, both as an artist and as an advocate for the younger generations to live and experience artistic genius. Says Yuroz, “Life is full of mysteries and one of them is the creative process. This is one of the major qualities we as human beings have that makes us different from the other living creatures.” At the “Rebirth of a Nation” exhibit in Beirut this week, Yuroz invited 100 children to participate […]
“Rebirth of a Nation”, a themed art exhibition, a name adopted from one of the paintings from the United Nation’s commissioned “Human Rights” Mural Series created by internationally renowned artist, Yuroz, opened on Monday, the 4th of May, 2015 at the Beirut Exhibition Center commemorating the Armenian Genocide Centennial and promoting creativity, love and life. Organized by Solidere and the Central Committee of the Armenian Genocide Centennial in Lebanon, in collaboration with Noah’s Ark Art Gallery, and under the patronage of the Lebanese Minister of Culture H.E. Raymond Arayji, this exhibition aimed to share artistic expression to bring the focus of commemoration to the honoring of sacrifice and the determination of humanity to learn and improve.