Matthew Brandt Prints Still Available

Lockers with Foot (Denver Art Museum) Ed. 1-30, 2018

LA-based artist Matthew Brandt has created a limited-edition series of hand-pulled photo silkscreen prints to benefit the Denver Art Museum’s acquisition fund. Unexpected materials (a mixture of chocolate, cannabis oil, espresso and cinnamon) and an experimental process – a hallmark of Brandt’s work – yielded thirty unique prints, each varying in tone and application.

A number of prints are available ($250) for purchase. RedShift framing in Denver will offer buyers a 20% discount on framing services. A very limited number of framed prints are also available ($400). If interested, please contact Violet Mantell (vmantell@denverartmuseum.org or 720-913-0034) to request images or arrange a time to view the work.

Matthew Brandt
Lockers with Foot (Denver Art Museum) Ed. 1-30, 2018
Chocolate, cannabis oil, espresso, and cinnamon on paper
10″ x 16”

Brandt, who is featured prominently in the DAM’s exhibition New Territory: Landscape Photography Today, is a rising star in the contemporary arts world. Exhibition highlights include Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA); Museum of Photographic Arts (San Diego, CA); The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY); The High Museum (Atlanta, GA); and the Columbus Museum of Art (OH), along with shows in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Paris and Sydney. A solo exhibition at the Newark Museum in New Jersey is planned for 2019.

Matthew Brandt (American, b. 1982) received his masters of fine arts degree from UCLA and his bachelor of arts degree from Cooper Union in New York. His work is in the permanent collections of art institutions across the U.S., including the J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, CA); the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY); The Brooklyn Museum of Art (NY); the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (NY); the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, CA) and The National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.). International collections include The National Museum of Photography of the Royal Danish Library (Copenhagen, Denmark) and the Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia).