EMMY BRIGHT

JANUARY 11 - MARCH 4

Tragedies of Desire (Directional), silkscreen and marker on newsprint, 24" x 36", $2500 (framed) Contact us for purchase

Tragedies of Desire (Directional), silkscreen and marker on newsprint, 24" x 36", $2500 (framed)

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Why Don't You Want This? (Pink), silkscreen on newsprint, 24" x 36", $1800 (framed) Contact us for purchase

Why Don't You Want This? (Pink), silkscreen on newsprint, 24" x 36", $1800 (framed)

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The Repressed, The Return of the Repressed, silkscreen and marker, diptych, 28" x 10", $1200 (framed) Contact us for purchase

The Repressed, The Return of the Repressed, silkscreen and marker, diptych, 28" x 10", $1200 (framed)

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The Thing and Its Absence, silkscreen on paper, 11.5" x 14.5", $500 (framed) Contact us for purchase

The Thing and Its Absence, silkscreen on paper, 11.5" x 14.5", $500 (framed)

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You Me More Less (Axial), silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed) Contact us for purchase

You Me More Less (Axial), silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed)

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Personal Space, silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1200 Contact us for purchase

Personal Space, silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1200

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Tragedies of Desire (Directional), silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed) Contact us for purchase

Tragedies of Desire (Directional), silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed)

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I?/I., silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed) Contact us for purchase

I?/I., silkscreen on paper, 19" x 25", $1500 (framed)

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I Made You a Pinkwashed Rothko, silkscreen and marker on newsprint, 24" x 36", $1800 (framed) Contact us for purchase

I Made You a Pinkwashed Rothko, silkscreen and marker on newsprint, 24" x 36", $1800 (framed)

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This work is about the psychology and comedy of absence, love, and longing. Blobby forms, gender colors and scrawled text pair up and open space for thinking feeling and feeling thought. Together, they seek to upend normative good sense – about what is right, or good or happy - in order to find something more complex, gnarly, and real.

Emmy Bright works in drawing, writing, print media and performance. Her work investigates comedy, art history, psychology and philosophy. She holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and M.Ed from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Recent exhibitions include a group show about women and comedy in visual art at Machine Projects in Los Angeles, and solo/two person shows the Distillery Gallery and Yve Yang Gallery in Boston, MA, and Ditch Projects in Eugene, OR. She has produced projects for the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA and has a piece in the most recent Headmaster Magazine. She currently lives and works in Detroit where she is represented by David Klein Gallery.