“Artist’s ‘TV Sets’ Are A Blueprint For Fame” By Jonathan Welsh (WSJ)

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Image: Mark Bennett, Wayne Manor, 2016 / Mark Moore Fine Art

Check out the feature article on MMFA Artist Mark Bennett titled Artist’s ‘TV Sets’ Are A Blueprint For FameArtist’s ‘TV Sets’ Are A Blueprint For Fame By Jonathan Welsh from the Wall Street Journal at:

https://www.artsy.net/mark-moore-gallery/article/mark-moore-fine-art-artist-s-tv-sets-blueprint-fame-jonathan-welsh-wall-street-journal

Since his induction into the gallery in 1995, Mark Bennett has been included in over three dozen significant museum and group exhibitions, including those at the Corcoran Gallery of Art (D.C.), Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art (CT), Walker Art Center (MN) and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA). His work has been acquired for the permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art (NY), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA), Orange County Museum of Art (CA), Corcoran Gallery of Art (DC), West Collection (PA), and the Portland Art Museum (OR), among others. Earning reverence from both critics and collectors alike, Bennett has been coined a master of nostalgia and social evaluation, acting as “the most earnest of his generation of West Coast artists drawing on popular culture” (Grady T. Turner, Art in America).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON MARK BENNETT:

Check out the artist discussing his work in a recent interview on National Public Radio by clicking on the following link:

http://blogs.kcrw.com/dna/artist-mark-bennett-explores-the-architecture-of-pop-culture

More information and images of this artist and his work can be found at the Mark Moore Fine Art Website at:

www.markmoorefineart.com

#markmoorefineart #markbennett

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