Being and Nothingness - Matt Bray14. Dec - 16. Feb 13 / ended Rochester Art Gallery and Craft Case
Monday to Saturday - 10am-5pm
Being and Nothingness - Matt Bray
Matt Bray's abstracted figures draw upon personal feelings of alienation, using expressionist techniques to engage with the human body. Bray's paintings occupy and explore the tensions between subject and object, figuration and abstraction and allow the paint to exist on its own terms.
Being and Nothingness brings together key works to date, from dark forlorn heroes and expressive portraits to a more fragmented figure. Colourful sic-fi inspired canvases see the figure transformed and form the subject for Bray's immediate and impactful approach to painting
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