<p><em>Untitled Version 3 (Third Time's a Charm)</em><span class='media'>Silk screen, acrylic and graphite on canvas</span>28 x 22 in (71.1 x 55.9 cm)<br>2015<br></p>
<p><em>Untitled Crucifix (Power Is Power)</em><span class='media'>Bleach, dental floss, safety pins, canvas patches on denim</span>76 x 54 in (193 x 137.2 cm)<br>2015<br></p>
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Untitled Version 3 (Third Time's a Charm)Silk screen, acrylic and graphite on canvas28 x 22 in (71.1 x 55.9 cm)


Untitled Crucifix (Power Is Power)Bleach, dental floss, safety pins, canvas patches on denim76 x 54 in (193 x 137.2 cm)

Zach Reini (b.1990) has gained notoriety for his paintings and sculptures that use a visual archive of popular and subcultural symbols in constant cycles of appropriation.  Reini exploits this open field of imagery with a wry aesthetic to create objects at once familiar to many contexts, yet particular to none. Reini’s artwork has been exhibited in the US and Europe including solo exhibitions in Miami, Chicago, New York, Kansas City, Milan and Denver. His works have been displayed in multiple art fairs including NADA New York and Miami as well as Material, Mexico City, ArtBo, Bogota, and Untitled Miami Beach. Reini has also had a solo institutional exhibition at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and was most recently featured in the exhibition Thief Among Thieves at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver.


Itinerant and Off-the-Map Galleries Find a Place in Mexico City’s Material Art Fair, Hyperallergic.com, February 5, 2016


Denver Critics Pick, ArtLtd, November 2015


Kenny Shachter on How Art Dealing Has Become Joyless, Boring, and Mean-Spirited: artnet news, May 26, 2015


We Need to Talk about the ‘Toons’ – They’re Taking Over, Art Review, January and February issue 2015


Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Zach Reini, Westword, February 24, 2015 


11 Must-See Works at NADA Miami Beach : Artsy.net, Dec. 2014


Visual Arts Review, The Denver Post, Jan. 2013


zingchat : zingmagazine.com, Mar. 2012


West Competition #96: New American Paintings - Oct. 2011 | Juror : Cassandra Coblentz


Interview : 303 Magazine, Oct. 2011


Selected Works

  • Untitled Version 3 (Third Time's a Charm)

  • Untitled Crucifix (Power Is Power)