THE FACELESS SOLDIER
At 72 x 55 inches, this oil and shellac painting was created for a group exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts
featuring 35 young artists living and working in New York. The exhibition was a culmination of the 25th Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) Residency.
June 30, 2005 - October 2, 2005
The Faceless Soldier | 2005 | oil, ink and shellac on paper | 72 x 55 in
The Faceless Soldier and miscellaneous drawings | 2005 | Installation view at the Bronx Museum of the Arts
The Faceless Soldier became an iconic direction for special 40 x 50 inch placards created for Deitch Projects and their first installment of the Art Parade (September 2005, Soho). Under the auspices of Deitch Projects, the work was curated into an installation included in the exhibition On Procession at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (May 2008).