Born 1972, UK.
Toby Ziegler studied at Central St Martins College of Art and Design and currently lives and works in London. Ziegler has participated in several solo and group exhibitions including The Alienation of Objects, Zabludowicz Collections, London, (2010), Hamsterwheel, initiated by Franz West, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden (2008); Recent Abstraction, British Art Display 1500-2007; Tate Britain, London (2007); build architecture, Camden Arts Centre, London (2006); Archipeinture: artists build architecture, Le Plateau, Paris. His work is featured in major private and public collections including The Arts Council (London); the British Council (UK); Tate Britain (London); Saatchi Gallery (London); François Pinault collection, Paris; Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art (US) and Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania (Australia).
Ziegler’s paintings and sculptures are based on computer-manipulated imagery that is used to create patterns, distortions and fractured narratives. Ziegler’s unique visual language brings together technology and art history, abstraction and landscape. He uses a wide range of sources and symbols including portraits and figures, Egyptian sculpture, geometric patterns and Nineteenth Century landscape painting.
Represented by: http://www.simonleegallery.com/