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About the Artist

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Adam Thompson is Philadelphia born and educated and currently resides in Miami, Florida.

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For further questions, contact Adam at abstractmiami@gmail.com or use the "contact" feature at the top of this page.

 

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Adam's work will be featured at

Kadoshiro Art Consulting at ArtHood 56 Gallery at 5600 NW 7th Ave in Miami, Florida

Adam Thompson is a Philadelphia born artist specializing in Abstract painting and installations currently residing in Miami. He is the son of a renowned architect, Robert Thompson, former

CEO of KlingStubbins, one of the world’s largest architecture and engineering firms and Rosalie Thompson, a businesswoman who ran event planning for Blue Cross out of their Philadelphia HQ. He was educated at the elite Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and then studied Architecture and English with a focus in creative writing at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2008, Adam was on SOFI Magazine's “33 Emerging Creative Artists You Need to Know” and was featured in his first Basel show at the (then) new Red Steakhouse. Since then he’s been selling and showing art around the world. His pieces can be seen in homes and stores from Los Angeles, California to Frankfurt, Germany

Hs style is diverse but uniquely identifiable with geometric lines, exciting colors, and introspective subject matter. Adam’s newest series, Apollo 42, is named after his main inspiration Cy Twombly’s famous work, “Apollo,” which was made 42 years ago. Each piece in the series is an emotional exploration of our shared experiences in life and the humanity that brings us all together.

 

Adam has been featured in everything from Time Out New York to Glamour Italia to CNBC.

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© 2015 by ADAM M. THOMPSON

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