Zach Reini’s reductive art practice searches for ubiquitous ways of conveying ideas through minimal means. The themes Reini is currently investigating include, but are not limited to the following:

Perception | Sign/Symbol
Codification | Sub/Youth Culture
Technology | Dystopian Americana
Systems | Reflection/Refraction
Simulation | Deconstruction
Dark Humor | Nihilism of Objects

Zach Reini graduated from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2012 with a BFA in Fine Arts. In 2011 he received the Artist of the Year award from 303 Magazine and in the same year was featured in New American Paintings. In 2012 an interview with him appeared in Zing Magazine's Zing Chat .

Reini has exhibited his work in several solo exhibitions at institutions and galleries including the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Groundswell Gallery and RULE Gallery in Denver, CO and LVL3 Gallery in Chicago, IL. Reini's work has also been included in group shows nationally and internationally in Denver, New Jersey, Miami, Milan, and Berlin. His work has recently been included in exhibitions at the MCA/Denver, 100plus Zurich, and NAM Project in Milan.

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Untitled (Enough Time to Have Thought of Something Better), 2010 - 2012, ink on paper,
21 x 21 inches framed/ 53 x 53 cm