+ Bio

Sean Augustine March was born in Binghamton, New York in 1982. He moved to NYC in 2001 and began a career in graphic design and art. March is self-taught and has focused exclusively on his sculptural work since 2013.

Working primarily with dichroic glass, the artist casts light as a sculptural material and explores how it plays with viewers' perception. Dichroic glass is an optical grade glass that is embedded with metal particles, as light passes through these particles it reflects colors spanning the entire visible spectrum. This meticulously planned work with subtle minimalistic approach highlights these vibrant optical effects.

Whether the artist is working in glass, wood, or acrylic, he explores optical effects and continually researches phenomenological theories that inform his artistic practice. Sean Augustine March currently lives and works in Brooklyn NY, and his works have been exhibited at MOMA Design Store, Corning Museum Of Glass, Galleria Melissa Soho, and have been featured in Vogue, WWD, Glamour, and Wired.

+ Selected Exhibitions

2019

Bloomingdale’s, Mix Masters, New York NY

The Watermill Center, Benefit Auction, Water Mill NY

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, New York NY

2018

Urban Glass Gala, Agnes Varis Art Center, New York NY

Dimensionalities, ANOHAAO Gallery, Gothenburg SWE

In Bloom, The Quin, New York NY

Children's Museum of the Arts, Benefit Auction, New York NY

Benefit for The LGBTQ+ Community Center, New York NY

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, Spring Studios, New York NY

2017

Candy Castle, Fort Works Art, Fort Worth TX

Lucid, Ruckus Gallery, Philadelphia PA

Children's Museum of the Arts, Benefit Auction, New York NY

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, Spring Studios, New York NY

2016

Rock Paper Scissors for the LES Girls Club, Art Auction, New York NY

Bloomingdale’s, Lights Up A Young Mind, Benefit Auction, New York NY

Children's Museum of the Arts, Benefit Auction, New York NY

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York NY

2015

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York NY

Housing Works’ Groundbreaker Awards, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York NY

2014

PLASTMATIKS, Galeria Melissa Soho, New York NY

ArtWalkNY, Coalition for the Homeless, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York NY

2013

IDOLIZE pop up show at Miami Art Basel, BOFFI Design Studios, Miami Beach FL

Anohaao Gallery, 413 07 Göteborg, Sweden, +46 702 46 14 04 info@anohaaogallery.com

+ Collections

Corning Museum of Glass

+ Press

Tim Collins, “Mind -Bending video of dichroic ‘infinity cube’ appears to be a never-ending abyss,” Daily Mail, July 10, 2019. link

Natalie Kates, “Studio Visit,” Artist Interview, Natalie Kates Projects link

Staff Writer “Make Art In CAD,” Artist Interview, Shapr3D, link

Staff Writer, “Not for the Faint of Art: a New IDOLIZE Exhibit at Art Basel Miami Beach,” The Daily Beast, July 11, 2017.

Staff Writer, “Brilliant New Fixtures from MoMA Design Store,” Interior Design Magazine, August 31, 2016. link

Meagan Meehan, “Artist and Designer Sean Augustine March Unveils Holiday Window at NYC’s Bloomingdale’s,” Blasting News US, December 11, 2016. link

Gautam Balasundar, “8 Emerging NYC Artists To Watch In 2015,” Guest of a Guest, March 18, 2015. link

Virginia Van Zanten, “The Fall Trend to Take Home: Iridescence,” Vogue, October 1, 2015. link

Courtney Baldwin, “New York Sculptor Interview,” Beautiful Savage Magazine, April 3, 2014.