Mark Gibian's sculpture is multimedia, abstract, and evocative of natural forms. He constructs both large public commissions and private works, fabricating the work himself in order to control the entire creative process.
His completed commissions include Crescendo (2008), a stainless steel sculpture on the Northside Pier in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; the Serpentine Structures (2008), galvanized steel constructions on the water in Manhattan's Hudson River Park; and Cable Crossing (1996), a 30' x 15' overhead cable drawing and cable panel triptych at the Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall subway station in Manhattan.
Gibian has had solo exhibits at the Anita Shapolsky Gallery in New York City, the Memorial Arch at the Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, and the John Hartell Gallery at AAP. His most recent exhibition, created with three sculptor friends and titled 4D, was on display at Galeria Saro Leon in the Canary Islands from December 2014 to end of January 2015.
Gibian was a fellow at the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts in Miami from 1990 to 1993, and a recipient of the Barnett and Analee Newman Foundation Grant-Award in 2004. He is currently a member of the AAP Advisory Council. Gibian works and lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.