Artwork by Robert Flack,  Untitled (from Love Mind) (1992)
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Consignor Canadian Fine Art
326 Dundas St West
Toronto ON M5T 1G5
Ph. 1(416)479-9703

Lot #13

Robert Flack
Untitled (from Love Mind) (1992)

c-print
signed, titled and editioned 1/3 on the reverse of the framing
10.5 x 13 ins ( 26.7 x 33 cms ) ( sight )

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Provenance:
Paul Petro Gallery, Toronto
Private Collection
Robert Flack’s “Untitled (From Love Mind)” (1992) embodies this “otherworldliness” term that is used to describe his work. The photographic artwork evokes imagery that is reminiscent of a dream sequence. The fiery abstract subject matter seems to reference emotions rather than a particular object.
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Robert Flack
(1957 - 1993)

Raised in Guelph, Ontario, Robert Flack moved to Toronto to study at York University and pursue a career in art. He began employment at Art Metropole in 1980, where he also worked as a layout artist on many General Idea-related projects such as FILE Magazine. From the beginning, Flack's work expressed an "otherworldliness" - a quality that focused sharply with his HIV sero-conversion in 1988. From then on, Flack's vision veered almost exclusively into the internalized realms of psychic energy, the chakras and the "etheric body."

Flack’s work is housed in private and public collections, including the Canada Council Art Bank, the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the National Gallery of Canada.