In his painting, drawing and sculpture, Roman Cochet imagines a post-human world. His deftly executed canvases incorporate human touch while also exploring possible realities where only the traces of humanity are evident.
Roman Cochet was born in Paris, France in 1987.
Cochet’s work has been featured in several group exhibitions, including: Winter Update at Alexander and Bonin in New York City (2020); A dog named Robot at Alexander and Bonin in New York City (2019); 30 Under 30ish at VICTORI + MO in Brooklyn, New York (2018); MFA Thesis Show at 205 Hudson Gallery, Hunter College in New York City (2015); 64th Annual Art of the Northeast at Silvermine Arts Center in Russeth, Connecticut (2014); and SACREMENT at Galerie Ivan Ptakhine in Paris, France (2012).
Cochet lives and works in New York City.