January 25 th 2008

The recently-begun series of monochromes comes out of a line of research of deconstructionist philosophy and the potential and actual application for artists. These quickly painted, monochromatic pieces reflect a notion regarding imagery, power, and their roles within the art-making process and the greater art market.

Topics: Arts

Wayne Adams is a Brooklyn-based artist who received his B.F.A. from Calvin College and M.F.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2000. Adams has exhibited throughout the Midwest, New York and Vienna, Austria. Recent shows include, "The Strange Place," Alogon Gallery, Chicago, IL (2008); "Really?" New York Center for Art and Media Studies, NYC (2007); "Pole Position," Brooklyn, NY (2006).