Brett Crawford’ New Surreal Paintings Full of Pop References

Artist Brett Crawford looks at his bits since collaborations between the work and the viewer, each an inviting narrative. His new exhibition in 111 Minna Gallery,”Caravan,” features paintings that combine pop mythology, culture, and otherwise odd moments. The series kicks off on July 6.

“In his most recent body of work, Brett Crawford plays with surreal settings and fairytale vision to evoke the viewer’s creativity,” an announcement says. “Viewers must fully immerse themselves in each work to obtain the hidden story within. Here, there are no wrong answers. Each piece is an intentional collaborative exchange made to stimulate creativity in the observer. Trailed through the collection are recognizable pop references and iconic symbols, conspicuously placed like Easter eggs as incentives to delve deeper into his reality of boundless love and inspiration.”

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