Marc Brotherton

Part-time Assistant Professor of Art | Drawing
MFA, Brooklyn College
BFA, University of New Mexico

Biographical Information
Marc Brotherton's studio practice includes both painting and drawing in a visual attempt to be responsive to his immediate surroundings during a time of rapid global change. Brotherton likes to explore many ideas, some of which are: process, new technology, communication, spontaneity, humor, politics, and design. Christopher Hart Chambers, writing for d'Art International says, "Brotherton's works are what one might playfully term, 'Neo-Geo meets Punk Povera:' Peter Halley plus Antoni Tapies in hot pink and black on white."

Brotherton exhibits his work nationally and locally on a regular bais. In Brooklyn, New York, he is represented by Causey Contemporary Fine Art through which he exhibits in solo exhibitions; as well as at art fairs in Chicago, Miami, and New York City. In Atlanta, Georgia, he exhibits in local galleries, art centers, and museums. He recently completed a vigorous three year residency program at the prestigious Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. Brotherton received his MFA from Brooklyn College.