1969 presents three paintings by Coady Brown. Brown’s paintings are packed with forms whose beginning and end are hard to determine amidst swirls of vibrant color. Brown deftly uses this confusion to create an atmosphere at once of intimacy and of entrapment.
Faces abound in these canvases, though the roles they play are often obscure as bodies bleed into each other. Brown has already created a body of work that challenges the eye and engages the mind’s ability– or inability– to decipher scenes of human entanglement