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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright
    Baby, do you see the way that trianglism exists on the edges of a gesture that doesn't feel trianglist at all? This is how trianglism works.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    8 x 8"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright
    Baby, what's this look like? It's okay if you don't know immediately. Sometimes things are better when you can't immediately apprehend them.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    8 x 8"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright
    Do you like this baby? I'd been thinking about making this painting for quite some time and eventually worked it out. Remember, sometimes things are just naturally inverted and neither of the positions are more correct than the other.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    8 x 8"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright
    Baby, ▲ Norway, is a trianglist landscape. I wanted you to understand that the gestural structure of trianglism can be found within everything, supporting its perfection. This version of ▲ Norway is abstract.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    8 x 10"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright + Trevor Dienes
    Baby, ▲ 1, marked the reborning of trianglism within the practice of collective imagination. This particular work was inspired by the influence of Margaret Barnes.
    Acrylic and Burlap on Linen Board
    4 x 6"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright + Trevor Dienes
    Baby, ▲ 11,is after a Picasso painting called "Marie-Thérèse avec une guirlande," but is also an early trianglist portrait of your mother.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    6 x 4"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright + Trevor Dienes
    Baby, ▲ 111,was an attempt at expressing the trianglist grid that structurally supports everything. I've always considered it a failure.
    Acrylic on Linen Board
    8 x 8"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Christopher Roeleveld
    Baby, this is the plate I made of Uzi, the cat. This was the third of the trianglist plate paintings and one of the more successful ones, in my opinion.
    Acrylic Paint on French Plate
    7"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Heather Rasely + Erik Svedäng
    What you're looking at here, Baby, is the first trianglist decorative plate. I made it for Heather and Erik after I'd seen their anniversary photo, where they were wearing triangle masks. The image looked almost identical to the painting I was working on, of your great grandparents, and so I knew an homage needed to be made to our growing trianglist family. Please remember that we have biological families and psychic families and most of our life is dedicated to finding members of the psychic one.
    Acrylic Paint on Target Plate
    8"
    2011
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright
    A jpeg trailer for the forthcoming summer release of www.ThisIsTheInternet.com.
    TAF_WORK_2011_DRAWING-FAMILY-1.jpg, TAF_WORK_2011_SEEING-DRAWING-FAMILY-1.jpg files
    615 x 820 pixels
    2008-2011
    Photo: Claire Michelsen
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    Tobey Albright + Tobey Albright + PeregrinePapers
    You like this baby?
    I made it way before you came around.
    When I made it, I thought it was one of the funniest things I'd ever made.
    That feeling has long since disappeared.
    Maybe it will come back around.

    Color Pencil on Paper with Tape on Paper
    4 x 6"
    2003, 2011
    Included in PeregrinePapers at the MDW Fair in Chicago, IL
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