Brad Phillips, ‘Me and Christine as Still Life’, 2016, Division Gallery
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Brad Phillips

Me and Christine as Still Life, 2016

Oil on canvas
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
About the work
Brad Phillips
Canadian, b. 1974
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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, depression, and mortality. His paintings display stylistic breadth, from text-based to photorealist, referring in many cases directly to his daily life. Although his work plays into the stereotypes of a struggling male artist, Phillips is interested in manipulating the autobiographical in order to generate a kind of dissonance between fiction and reality in his pieces.

Brad Phillips, ‘Me and Christine as Still Life’, 2016, Division Gallery
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About the work
Brad Phillips
Canadian, b. 1974
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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, depression, and mortality. His paintings display stylistic breadth, from text-based to photorealist, referring in many cases directly to his daily life. Although his work plays into the stereotypes of a struggling male artist, Phillips is interested in manipulating the autobiographical in order to generate a kind of dissonance between fiction and reality in his pieces.

Brad Phillips

Me and Christine as Still Life, 2016

Oil on canvas
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
Other works by Brad Phillips