Marko Stout is an American contemporary artist known for his gritty industrial pop style with a focus on New York City and modern urban life. Stout produces work in a variety of media including print, painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and new media. Mark Stout is also known for the International "Edible Apple Film Festival" in downtown NYC with the sole aim of promoting innovative avant-garde art works and experimental film which was founded in 2015 by Stout. Stout was featured on The Huffington Post after his tour with his art installation Chelsea Girls.
|Born:||September 2, 1968, Point Pleasant, New Jersey|
|Home town:||Brick, NJ|
|Website:||Marko Stout's Official site|
About Marko Stout
Contemporary artist who made a name for himself with his cutting-edge, industrial pop style that focuses on New York City and urban living. He creates a variety of art pieces including prints, paintings, sculptures, films and videos.
He caught the world's attention when four of his female sculptures were exhibited at the Grand Entrance of the Art Expo Show in 2016.
He founded New York's International Edible Apple Film Festival to help promote avant-garde works.
He's been based in New York City.
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