Selected Works


Zanja...

White Loma (sma...

Strongs...

Be-Bop...

Carlysle...

Close Hauled...

Venice Angel...

Hayden Marble...

Jackstraw...

Coast Angel...

Yaw...

Tack...

Summary...

Chandri...

Nomad...

Signaled...

Hayden...

Artist Bio

Guy Dill is one of the world’s most prolific contemporary masters of abstract sculptural works. His bronze, aluminum and marble sculptures draw upon the vocabularies developed by Anthony Caro and David Smith. Guy Dill has, for the construction of welded geometric form, forged new terrain. The geometric building blocks that form the beginning of his sculptures are slabs, squares, cutout circles, and beams. Choosing organic vitality over a strict adherence to pure geometry, Dill continues to eschew the strict vertical/horizontal coordinates and right-angle junctions that are critical to locking compositions together, orienting them to the ground. Dill’s works celebrate movement. His refined sculptures are sexy sleek and industrial. They are masculine yet graceful and beautiful without a hint of whimsy. Guy Dill’s sculptures have been collected and exhibited in significant institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and the Smithsonian, to name a few.

Exhibitions

2014
WHITE, 212GALLERY, Aspen, CO - SOLO

2013
Beyond Brancusi, Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, CA - GROUP
The Frostig Collection, Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Lancaster, CA - GROUP

2012
Miriam Shiell Fine Art, Toronto, Ontario - SOLO

2011
Leslie Sacks Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA (Getty PST) - SOLO
212GALLERY, Aspen, CO - SOLO
Meyerovich Gallery, San Francisco, CA - SOLO

2010
Zane Bennett Gallery, Sante Fe, NM - SOLO
The Artist's Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, CA - GROUP

2009
Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - SOLO
Artzuid, Amsterdam - SOLO