Timothy Guy Kent

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Tim Kent
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Known for Painting, Drawing, Music
Movement Postmodernism

Tim Kent is a Canadian-American artist who lives and works in New York City. Kent's primary medium is painting, but he has also worked in architectural design, video, drawing, animation, and music. [1] Tim Kent's recent works explore the concept and impact of techno-industrial expansionism and the need to make order in an hyperinformational era. He is currently represented by SLAG Gallery in New York. [2]

Born in Vancouver, Canada of a Turkish father and an English mother, Tim was originally Timothy Guy Ceyişakar before his father changed the family name. He moved to New York as a teenager. He is the original bass player for the hard rock band The Giraffes, playing with them from 1996 - 2002. Kent currently lives in Brooklyn with his wife.

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  1. "Tim Kent – A Man & His Madness". Candid Magazine. Retrieved November 4, 2017.
  2. "Artists" . Retrieved November 4, 2017.