Archive of Author | Klari Reis

Klari Reis’s work has been exhibited worldwide.  Her work features in many public collections including Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK; Next World Capital’s offices in San Francisco, Paris, and Brussels;  the MEG Centre in Oxford, UK; Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines; The Peninsula Shanghai Hotel; Theo Randall restaurant in London’s Intercontinental Hotel; Standard Life Investments in Bristol and London; Great Ormond St. Hospital, Morley Fund Management, The Pullman Group, and T. Rowe Price in London; 200 Brannan St. and 255 California St. in San Francisco; Morgan Stanley in New York City; the Stanford University Medical Center Hoover Pavilion on the Stanford campus; and Elan Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, Acetelion, and Cytokinetics in South San Francisco.

Her work has been featured in international publications such as The New York Times, GQ, Wired Magazine, Nature Chemical Biology, Elle Magazine, Time Out London, Artweek San Francisco, Art in America, Art Ltd. Magazine, Giornale Del Medico, Science Magazine, The Times, The New York Post, The Independent, Evening Standard Magazine, Frieze Magazine, The Financial Times, San Francisco Business Times, BBC1, CNN Business Report and CBS News Market Watch.

Articles with Klari Reis

Exploring the microscopic

Artist Klari Reis is best known for her Petri Dish series, a multicolour set of circular blobs created using a blend of media and ground-breaking techniques. The core of her approach is the transformation and pigmentation of a UV-resistant plastic, the epoxy polymer, into unique and cutting edge artworks. She uses the tools and techniques of science in her creative process, constantly experimenting with new ways to apply materials and methods. She is driven by curiosity and her desire to explore and document the natural and unnatural with a sense of wonder and joy.