Printmaker Puts His Stamp on the Art World
(The Loop) — As a New York-based emerging artist, Brandon Coley Cox is strategically moving his career forward by consistently producing work out of his Bedford-Stuyvesant studio. His participation in MoMA’s PS1 Studio Visit in the spring and an early summer group exhibition at the International Print Center has neatly placed his work among contemporary art heavies like John Baldessari and Richard Serra. Additionally, he’s an alumnus of the prestigiousSkowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Cox is currently a fellow at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. His latest prints and video work are on view through August 18th. Each piece of work demonstrates exceptional commitment to technique as well as confident representations of urban black malehood through gaze, posture, and gesture.