Nick Farhi (b. 1987, New York) utilizes installation and painting to connect people, places, and things. Through research, histories of objects and their relationships to one another are addressed and given a meeting place. Desperate, lush, and seismic shapes are made from memory and happenstance in the artist’s practice, arriving to pictorial planes of geometry and draftsmanship. Farhi’s paintings offer a visual discourse of cross figural semiotics and polemics in painting; eagerly attempting to depict and reflect the world we live in today. Farhi has exhibited his work both domestically and internationally, at such outposts as the Kirkland Gallery of the Harvard GSD, the Mana Museum of Contemporary Art, Bill Brady Gallery, Galleri Golsa, Karma International, A Gathering of the Tribes, Marlborough Gallery, among others.