Raymond Salvatore Harmon - Euthanasia in the sky, detail - image via Imitate Modern

Raymond Salvatore Harmon

United States 1974

Installation, Painting


Raymond Salvatore Harmon
United States
December 21, 2013
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Born in Jackson, Michigan in 1974 Raymond Salvatore Harmon has lived widely throughout the US (New York City; Savannah, Georgia; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Louisville, Kentucky; Eugene, Oregon, among many other locations).[1] Harmon currently resides in London, UK.

Harmon is a proponent of non-object oriented art. Utilizing architectural scale painting and new media/web based content in coordination with public performance, graffiti style ad bombing, and web-based social engineering.

Harmon paints dominantly on an architectural scale, encompassing multistory building facades, sidewalks and street surfaces which he has referred to as “site-specific paint installations.” Visually his work is based in gestural abstracted forms utilizing intensely vibrant colors to alter the public perception of both the architecture and its contextual environment

Featured image: Raymond Salvatore Harmon – Euthanasia in the sky, detail – image courtesy of Imitate Modern