Daniel A. Bruce is an artist who lives and works in NYC, who’s work explores the idea of contradiction and irony. In his latest exhibition Bumpkin Dandy, “a show about a clash of high and low cultural practice”, Daniel represents the simple American lifestyle represented by icons and collectibles which examine a “distorted reflection, a tweaked image of art as objects of taste.”

Bumpkin Dandy opened on March 1st, and runs through April 14th at Dean Project in New York. Below are a few images of Daniel’s previous exhibition, Rustic Room, which explored a similar thematic. See more examples of his work here.


[Discovered via mocoloco. Images via Dean Project.]

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