Untitled (Law & Order) 17
DIMENSIONS 16 1/4" x 12" MEDIUM Watercolor and archival pigment on paper
Hand-embellished series of 20, 2020
Signed and numbered by the artist on front
ABOUT THE WORK
"Law & Order has been, since its initial season and with each spin-off of the show, the most consistent and calming influence in my life. Throughout turbulent times, Law & Order delivers something that is sorely lacking in our daily lives — consistency. At the beginning, there is a crime. This is the Law. During the second half there is the trial and typically the conviction, this is the Order. I've discovered over the last six years that many people also find Law & Order extremely comforting, and will watch it during difficult times. The logo is immediately identifiable, so I thought it would be an interesting template to add to, with idealized versions of Law & Order I wish I could see on television, like Law & Order, Undercover Vegan Unit." - Brad Phillips
Brad Phillips has held solo exhibitions at Harper's Apartment (New York), Allen & Eldridge (New York), Division Gallery (Toronto), and Rod Bianco Gallery (Oslo) among others. His recent two-person exhibition with Cristine Brache was held at Anat Egbi Gallery (Los Angeles). Select group exhibitions include presentations at Nino Mier Gallery (Los Angeles) curated by Olivier Zahm, Mast Books (New York) curated by Justin Adian, Galerie Sebastien Bertrand (Geneva) curated by Richard Kern, The Hole (New York) and many others. Phillips currently lives and works in Toronto.