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Tabor Robak (b. 1986, Portland, OR) is one of the most important artists of the twenty-first century, standing out among a younger generation working to push the boundaries of digital aesthetics. As imaginative and playful as they are surreal, Robak’s immersive animations spring from his early love of software and digital tools. Having taken on commercial design projects since his early teens, Robak later worked with firms like Nike and AT&T after graduating from the Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, with a BFA in 2010. 

His work is included in major international collections, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Cornell Museum of Fine Arts, Ithaca, NY; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Serpentine Galleries, London; and the Yuz Foundation, Jakarta. Recent major museum exhibitions include Art in the Age of Anxiety, Sharjah Art Foundation, (2020); Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art, Akron Art Museum, Ohio (2019–21; Traveling to: Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH; San Jose Museum of Art); Screen it, Stadstriënnale Hasselt-Genk (2019–20); New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century, Museum of Modern Art, New York (2019); and I Was Raised on the Internet, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2018). Robak will present a new piece at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Triennial in December 2020.  

Special projects include a 2017 commission for the Microsoft Cultural Wall in New York, as well as the presentation of Liquid Demo at the Barclay’s Center as part of the Public Art Fund’s Various Artists: Commercial Break. Robak has recently collaborated Balenciaga to produce an animation scored by DJ Hell, and in 2019 exhibited a piece in Maison Margiela’s Transitory Concept Store in New York’s SoHo district.   



Artist Name

Tabor Robak

Museum Exhibitions

Unfortunately, no museum exhibitions available.


Unfortunately, no museum exhibitions available.


Unfortunately, no museum exhibitions available.