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Lliam Greguez
Collective Exhibition
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Feathered Wall, Feathered Cicle
Metal Sublimated Prints
22" x 32" 

    Feathered Wall, Feathered Cicle

    Metal Sublimated Prints
    22" x 32"
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Metal Sublimated Print
12" x 18" 

    Feathered Wall

    Metal Sublimated Print
    12" x 18"
  • Feathered Cicle
Metal Sublimated Print
18" x 12" 

    Feathered Cicle

    Metal Sublimated Print
    18" x 12"
  • Slice, Moon Makes Me Wanna, Liquid Inversion
Metal Sublimated Prints
39" x 57" 

    Slice, Moon Makes Me Wanna, Liquid Inversion

    Metal Sublimated Prints
    39" x 57"
  • Slice
Metal Sublimated Print
30" x 20" 

    Slice

    Metal Sublimated Print
    30" x 20"
  • Moon Makes Me Wanna
Metal Sublimated Print
31" x 18" 

    Moon Makes Me Wanna

    Metal Sublimated Print
    31" x 18"
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Lliam Greguez

LLIAM GREGUEZ

Collective Exhibition
April 1 – April 21, 2023
Reception: Thursday, April 6, 2023 6-8 PM

Photographer Lliam Greguez is inspired by Earth’s most basic elements, finding complex beauty in ice, air, and water. As a professional creative art therapist, Greguez prioritizes the healing and clarifying capabilities that artwork can have on the audience and artist alike. Based in New York City the artist worked in local hospitals before Covid, using music to improve children’s emotional, physical, and mental health.

Greguez celebrates wonder and appreciation for Earth in his yearly mountain hikes, describing his work as ‘a micro documentary’ of Earth’s ice which is being affected by climate change. From afar his artworks look abstract as though the images were painted or drawn, but they are in fact photographs depicting observations of nature particularly around the Catskill Mountains. Greguez uses macro-photography to capture details of textures and scenes such as thickened ice and frozen flora. Something as simple as the interaction of water and temperature provides inspiration for Greguez who predominantly prints the artwork using sublimated metal. He captures moments of ever changing states where air, liquid, and solid morph between themselves.