It's a masterclass in showing paintings of the same size, deftly displayed at the right distance apart, that give you the impression that you are in a film or in a place of quiet repose.
This is Marcus Brutus's fourth outing with the gallery, and his energetic, striking style of portraiture brings Harper’s flagship location to life.
On the eve of a new show, the artist explains how he collects images in his mind and then puts them together in a way that highlights the Black experience.
This March, self-taught figurative painter Marcus Brutus steps out in a big way with a landmark debut at Harper’s gallery in New York. Before the show opened, the Brooklyn-based artist opened his studio to Cultured for a sneak peek at a new body of work influenced by his recent rabbit hole: high-fidelity speakers.
A vaunted bookseller takes the art world by storm—