Gallery Network - Alexander and Bonin
Oil on canvas
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Roman Cochet (French, b. 1987).
Roman Cochet’s paintings depict scenes in which humanity appears to have disappeared. A sense of desolation is palpable; pieces of furniture, abandoned bottles, untamed vegetation, and somnolent animals coexist as relics of human civilization. These enigmatic spaces are possible afterimages of the Anthropocene. The remaining objects in Cochet’s painting are often blurred and interlaced, freely engaging with one another amid the dream-like ruin. Adroitly executed in oil, the paintings, however, reincorporate a human touch and presence that laments its own vanishing.
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New York, Alexander and Bonin, A dog named Robòt, 2019