46″ x 33″
edition 38 of 50
Alan Belcher A Toronto based visual artist whose conceptual practice is decidedly multi-layered and object orientated. Belcher is known for a directness and a sharp simplicity when approaching difficult subject matter. A sense of humour and a reverence for a Pop sensibility, as well as a hands-on approach, invade much of his work. He was co-founder and co-director of Gallery Nature Morte in New York’s East Village from 1982–88.
Works by Alan Belcher are held in several public collections which include the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), Le Consortium (Dijon), Musee des Beaux-Arts (Montréal), Chase Manhattan Bank, Credit Suisse Collection; as well as various prominent private collections.
Alan Belcher is represented by Galerie Lange + Pult (Zürich), greengrassi (London), Downs & Ross (New York), and in Toronto by MKG127 at 1445 Dundas St. W.
artwork courtesy of the artist