Kadar Brock, ‘Untitled (Pocket graphology)’, 2014, Robert Fontaine Gallery
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Kadar Brock

Untitled (Pocket graphology), 2014

Archival inkjet print is accompanied by the publisher’s certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
16 × 24 1/2 in
40.6 × 62.2 cm
Edition of 50
.
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Miami Beach
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Hand-signed by artist, Publisher’s certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
Kadar Brock
American, b. 1980
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In Kadar Brock’s large-scale abstract paintings, a discordant combination of techniques, styles, and colors comes together in clashing tension. By turns described as a post-graffiti and “casualist” artist, Brock riffs on the history of abstraction, employing old tropes and marshalling simple patterns and crude geometric forms into his works, while also inviting an element of chance to determine his markings. He has been known to roll a Dungeons & Dragons dice to dictate marks in his paintings according to the die’s symbols and numbers. In repetitive compositions, Brock allows accidents in their production (such as heavy downward paint drips) to differentiate.

Kadar Brock, ‘Untitled (Pocket graphology)’, 2014, Robert Fontaine Gallery
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About the work
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Hand-signed by artist, Publisher’s certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
Kadar Brock
American, b. 1980
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In Kadar Brock’s large-scale abstract paintings, a discordant combination of techniques, styles, and colors comes together in clashing tension. By turns described as a post-graffiti and “casualist” artist, Brock riffs on the history of abstraction, employing old tropes and marshalling simple patterns and crude geometric forms into his works, while also inviting an element of chance to determine his markings. He has been known to roll a Dungeons & Dragons dice to dictate marks in his paintings according to the die’s symbols and numbers. In repetitive compositions, Brock allows accidents in their production (such as heavy downward paint drips) to differentiate.

Kadar Brock

Untitled (Pocket graphology), 2014

Archival inkjet print is accompanied by the publisher’s certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
16 × 24 1/2 in
40.6 × 62.2 cm
Edition of 50
.
Contact For Price
Location
Miami Beach
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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