Sergey Kir

Kir has been doodling and drawing for many years, but credits jeff Koons for his inspiration to seriously consider becoming an artist. Kir said: “In 2014 I was going through some personal soul searching. My corporate office was located across from MOMA in New York, and to take my mind off and recharge, I visited the museum few days a week – for lunch and to see special programs, etc. Then one day in 2014 I attended a retrospective of Jeff Koons at the Whitney Museum of American Art (before the museum was relocated to Chelsea) and was fascinated to learn that Koons was also working in finance before becoming a famous artist

Biblical Series – Kir has been an avid lover of the Biblical texts and narratives for many years, and his first art series was Biblical to commemorate the inspiration that he believed he received.

In this series Kir produced an abstract representation of various stories from the Bible and the Torah, using modern digital editing tools in his the style of Conceptivism.

The most interesting places of the New York City are depicted In New York series. 

About Artist

Sergey Kir is a Ukrainian born American digital artist, graphic designer. He is known for using various mediums in creating socio-political works that make cultural and social commentaries while using pop culture. British art gallery, recently called his Abstract Series as “revolutionizing abstraction. Kir is credited with launching a new movement of Conceptivism , which had an inaugural exhibition during a group show at Agora gallery – Unbound Perspectives. 

Kir has a daily art project, which is inspired by Beeple’s “Everydays”.