Edward Avedisian

Edward Avedisian in his painting makes use of strategically placed concentric circles placed in a larger field of opaque color. Their pictographic quality, combined with the ochre field it is placed upon, call to mind symbolic markings on the African masks of Burkina Faso. His works were included in landmark exhibitions such as Op Art: The Responsive Eye, at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum’s Young America 1965 and the Expo 67, held in Montreal.  Avedisian was included along with Bannard, Dan Christensen, Ron Davis, Poons, and Peter Young in the 1971 exhibition Six Painters, organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in collaboration with the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Milwaukee Art Center.

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