Jordan Sullivan, ‘A Moment of Forever’, 2017, Rubber Factory

Jordan Sullivan uses weathered or destroyed photographs as a way to abstract the photographic experience but also in order to create beautiful compositions which recall moments specific to the landscape of his own personal experience of the site. While not accurate, the works are emotionally truthful and the poetic nature of reassembling pieces is essential to Jordan's goal of finding beauty in broken things.

Series: The California Sun Was All I Had For Breakfast, And It Burned My Eyes.

Signature: Verso.

Image rights: RUBBER FACTORY, courtesy of Jordan Sullivan.

Direct from the artist's studio.

About Jordan Sullivan

American, b. 1983, Houston, TX, United States, based in Brooklyn, NY, United States

Solo Shows

2016
MAMA, 
Los Angeles,
The Divine Nothing
2015
Clic Gallery, 
New York City,
Death Valley
2014
Clic Gallery, 
New York City,
Jordan Sullivan / Death Valley

Group Shows

2016
NextLevel Galerie, 
Paris,
2014
Clic Gallery, 
New York City,
Soft Terrain

Fair History on Artsy

2016
MAMA at ARTBO 2016
2016
MAMA at ZsONAMACO FOTO 2016
2015
Clic Gallery at Market Art + Design 2015