David Dupuis works in colored pencil, graphite and collage, frequently depicting landscapes and biological forms. His art combines surrealist and symbolic imagery, incorporating themes of personal memory and desire. Dupuis' diaristic approach has expanded over his career to include reactions to social issues such as climate change.
David Dupuis, born in 1959, lives and works in New York.
Exhibitions of his work include: Jack Pierson: Tomorrow’s Man at the University Galleries at University of Nevada in Reno; I Was a Double, curated by Ian Berry and David Lang at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Galleries in Saratoga Springs, NY; Utopia/Dystopia: Construction and Destruction in Photography and Collage, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; It’s Always Summer on the Inside, organized by Dan McCarthy at Anton Kern Gallery in New York; and B-Out, curated by Scott Hug at the Andrew Edlin Gallery in New York.
His work is included in a number of museum collections, including: the Morgan Library, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Hammer Museum and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.