Bio + CV

Robin Latkovich is an illustrator and fine artist.  In his painting and installation work he depicts and evokes experiences of presence and absence, corporeality, and horror.  His illustration work tends toward the whimsical, the fantastical, and the uncanny.

Robin Received his BA in Studio Art with a focus in painting from Hiram College in 2005.  He lives and works in Cleveland, OH, USA.

 

Exhibition History                        

July 2013                    Loren Naji Studio Gallery, Cleveland OH

Tall Walls group show

May 2012                   RAID Projects, Los Angeles CA

Prophesy Territory with the Intuitive Research Society

April 2011                   Zaller Gallery, Cleveland OH

Clampdown: Labor, Management, and the Recession

April 2011                   GA/GI Festival, Pittsburgh PA

The Dichotomy Paradox with the Intuitive Research Society

 September 2010      Ingenuity Festival, Cleveland OH

Chamber/Story Induction installation

August 2010               Asterisk Gallery, Cleveland OH

Extended Vessel/The Museum of One Thing installation

April 2010                    ArtCares Benefit – Cleveland OH

February 2010            Brite Winter Festival – Cleveland OH

Offering (Activated River) installation/performance

November 2009          SPACES Gallery – Cleveland OH

Presence/Evocation installation

 July 2009                     Ingenuity Festival – Cleveland OH

The Cleveland Pavilion installation with Wesley Johanson

 July 2009                     Asterisk Gallery – Cleveland OH

5th Annual “19” Exhibition group show

February 2009             The Pop ShopLakewood OH

I Heart Art  

 August 2008                The Pop Shop – Lakewood OH

 Outside the Lines  

 November 2007           Heights Arts Studio – Cleveland Heights OH

The Joy of Text

  September  2006        The Galleria – Cleveland OH

  Indelible Marks

 

Other Venues

 May/June 2013            Poster and promotional art for Vortex of the Great Unknown at

                                          the Cincinnati Fringe Festival

 February 2012               Featured in MAKE8ELIEVE art & culture magazine

 November 2008           Interviewed on Pinkeyemag.com


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