Bradley Wood Regina Saskatchewan, Canada, b. 1970


Lives and works in New York.

Wood studied at Rhode Island School of Design, at the California Institute of the Arts, and at the Art Center, Montreux, Switzerland. In 2017, he was awarded with the Moth Art Prize, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Woolworth Residency, Residency in Ireland, and others.

His paintings express ambivalence about the current human condition. The interiors in his paintings suggest comfort and privilege, and the perspectives he creates imply that everything may not be as it appears on his lushly painted surfaces. There is a subtle social critique in Wood’s combination of subject matter and style.

Wood’s work has been solo exhibited in venues in New York and Toronto, at Angell Gallery, Parts Gallery, Saatchi Art, Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, among others. He has participated in group shows at Exit Art Biennial ll, New York; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York; and in art fairs mainly at Art Southhampton, Pulse NYC, and Art Toronto. He has also been commissioned for a work for the Peacock at the William Hotel, New York.


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