Charcoal and gouache on toned paper, 24.5"x19.5"
Brett Cody Rogers' architecturally inspired paintings call into question representations of objects and space. In the artist's own words, he likes "the idea of using painting as a means of destroying architecture and removing its sense of stability." His most recent exhibitions include Lovable Like Orphan Kitties and Bastard Children, curated by Joshua Aster and Kristin Calabrese for The Green Gallery East, Milwaukee; Drawings at Praz-Delavallade, Paris; and Circle Jerks at Monte Vista Projects in Los Angeles. Rogers received his MFA from CalArts and his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
Curated by Tomory Dodge.
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