Brett Westfall

Alchemical Reaction


Acrylic on wood panel with suit jacket


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Brett Westfall (American, b. 1978).

Sotheby’s is honored to present this curated grouping of works for sale to benefit The Andy Warhol Museum in partnership with No More Rulers. Proceeds from these sales will help to sustain The Warhol’s mission to provide a forum for artists, scholars, and the public to creatively interact with the life and art of Andy Warhol.

Brett Westfall is a multi-disciplinary artist working in mediums that include painting, assemblage, drawing, installation, fashion, video, film, and photography. Westfall utilizes his personal experiences and relationships with people and nature as the inspiration for much of his conceptual work.


He founded the avant-garde clothing label Unholy Matrimony (2002-2011) and subsequently developed a 17+ year creative relationship with Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons, whom he has collaborated with on numerous projects including work for Comme des Garçons Homme Plus as well conceptualizing and running a Comme des Garçons Guerrilla store in Los Angeles. Brett has shown extensively in galleries and boutiques around the world, including Maxfield, Dover Street Market and The Santa Monica Museum of Art.


Westfall’s current exhibition, “Signs Of Life” (2020-present) has toured Los Angeles, Tokyo, New York and Portland

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Height: 48 inches / 121.92 cm
Width: 48 inches / 121.92 cm

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