Details:

This Sumi ink-on-linen painting takes on themes concerning estrangement and grief while expanding upon the artist's penchant for fluidity between language and image.
Unframed
Available until 3:00 PM, May 31, 2024.

① Artwork:

The Stranger

This Sumi ink-on-linen painting takes on themes concerning estrangement and grief while expanding upon the artist's penchant for fluidity between language and image.

Seth Cameron draws influence from Chinese literati painting, New Wave cinema, Romantic landscape painting, postmodern confessional fiction, and post-painterly abstraction to create his philosophically and emotionally charged paintings.

Specs:

8 inches
12 inches

③ Artist:

Seth Cameron

In his practice, Cameron draws influence from Chinese literati painting, New Wave cinema, Romantic landscape painting, postmodern confessional fiction, and post-painterly abstraction to create his philosophically and emotionally charged paintings.

Seth Cameron was born in 1982 in South Carolina and lives in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 2004.

He has mounted recent solo exhibitions at Nina Johnson Gallery in Miami, FL (2024); Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York, NY (2019); and McClain Gallery in Houston, TX.

His work has been included in group shows at McClain Gallery in Houston, TX (2021); Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York, NY (2020); the John H Baker Gallery at West Chester University in West Chester, PA (2020); Leila Heller Gallery in New York, NY (2017); and others.

Cameron is a co-founder of the iconoclastic artist collective, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, which was included in Greater New York at MOMA PS1, The Whitney Biennial, The Sundance Film Festival, and was the subject of a 2013 retrospective at The Brooklyn Museum of Art. He also founded and directed its free experimental art school, BHQFU (2009-17).

Seth Cameron:
The Stranger, 2023
Sumi on linen
12.0 × 8.0 inches /