Richard Aldrich, ‘Early obsessions paired with natural elements’, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
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Richard Aldrich

Early obsessions paired with natural elements

Found object, wood, glass
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Sculpture
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Courtesy the artist and Bortolami, New York / Gladstone Gallery, New York-Brussels / dépendance, Brussels and Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Richard Aldrich
American, b. 1975
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In his installations, paintings, and the narratives he writes to accompany his works, Richard Aldrich engages in a dialogic relationship with art history and artmaking. Many of Aldrich’s vigorously painted canvases pay homage to their Abstract Expressionist antecedents, while others, such as the mixed-media Future Painting from Machine (orange and green), 2005, exhibit a unique signature style. Aldrich often uses text, as well as known and not so well known literary and musical icons.

Richard Aldrich, ‘Early obsessions paired with natural elements’, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
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About the work
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Courtesy the artist and Bortolami, New York / Gladstone Gallery, New York-Brussels / dépendance, Brussels and Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Richard Aldrich
American, b. 1975
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In his installations, paintings, and the narratives he writes to accompany his works, Richard Aldrich engages in a dialogic relationship with art history and artmaking. Many of Aldrich’s vigorously painted canvases pay homage to their Abstract Expressionist antecedents, while others, such as the mixed-media Future Painting from Machine (orange and green), 2005, exhibit a unique signature style. Aldrich often uses text, as well as known and not so well known literary and musical icons.

Richard Aldrich

Early obsessions paired with natural elements

Found object, wood, glass
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