With his distinctive lines which emerge from his drawing practice, vibrant use of color and cartoonish gestures, Serban Ionescu, infuses his works with anthropomorphic shapes and a constant intuitive play on shifting scale and form.
Serban Ionescu (b.1984, Romania) Serban Ionescu’s work spans across sculpture, painting, design, and architecture. With his distinctive lines, which emerge from his drawing practice, vibrant use of color, and cartoonish gestures, Serban infuses his works with anthropomorphic shapes and a constant intuitive play on shifting scale and form.
Serban has presented solo shows in New York at R & Company, Larrie Gallery, and in Antwerp, Belgium, at Everyday Gallery. His work has been published in New York Times, Wallpaper*, Architectural Digest, Dwell Magazine, DAMN Magazine, and New York Magazine. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute and has been an adjunct professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s School Of Architecture from 2010-2016. Large-scale projects like “Chapel For An Apple” and “Tower For An Hour” are his return to architecture. His book ‘A THING ON A TABLE IN A HOUSE’ was published by Apartamento in 2021.
Serban lives and works inbetween Brooklyn, NY, and Brussels, BE.