Matthew Conradt, ‘Connecticut Cough’, 2014, Muriel Guépin Gallery

About Matthew Conradt

In his mixed-media photographs on Mylar, Matthew Conradt employs collage, painting, printing, and erasure to explore issues of class, loss, and memory in popular American image-making. As he explains, “I create large-scale collages by printing found digital images from all kinds of media and photo-transferring them onto Mylar. Through the act of appropriation, I want to show the disparities between the realities of the country and the perceptions we show ourselves. What emerges is an American counter-narrative that is steeped in contradictions.” Conradt is particularly interested in images of labor, production, destruction, and family and community life.

American, b. 1983, based in Brooklyn, New York

Solo Shows on Artsy

New Noise, Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York
Years of Veneers, Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York