Archive for Vincent Como

The Violent Study Club

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , , , , , on November 19, 2015 by drawingsubscription
Vincent Como, Black, Painting, Trismegistus

“Trismegistus” 2012, oil on canvas over board (in three parts), 49.375 x 49.625 inches.

I’m very excited to be participating in a group show opening Saturday, November 21st at the newly opened Stout Projects in Brooklyn, NY. This will be their second exhibition and I am in incredibly good company with the likes of Karen Baumeister, Jonathan Cowan and Debra Ramsay. The exhibition opens Saturday, November 21st from 2-4 pm and will run until December 20th. There will be an artist talk on Saturday, December 19th at 2 pm.

Art 21 Blog Article

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , , on February 6, 2015 by drawingsubscription
Vincent Como "Procession of Dust (Entropy, Ontology, and the Hubris of Mankind) 002", 2014 Frame with Dry Pigment and Double Sided Tape. 16 x 20 inches.

Vincent Como “Procession of Dust (Entropy, Ontology, and the Hubris of Mankind) 002”, 2014, Frame with Dry Pigment and Double Sided Tape. 16 x 20 inches.


I had a great conversation with Jacquelyn Gleisner that resulted in an article for Art 21: The Absurd Magic of Vincent Como

Occulting Modernity

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , , on October 31, 2014 by drawingsubscription


For those who demand immediate gratification, we’re very excited to unleash a new ‘Zine project with the Occulting Modernity coloring book. Each one comes with black crayons! only $15 + s/h (domestic only, inquire about international).

Buy one (or more**) now!

**Please note: Paypal is not set up to facilitate multiple copies in a single shipment, but we’re more than happy to generate a specific invoice for that, just contact the studio: studio(at)vincentcomo(dot)com

The Heroic Object at Parallel Art Space

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2014 by drawingsubscription
The Temptatio to Exist 002

Vincent Como “The Temptation To Exist 002” 2013, Acrylic on Canvas with Wooden Shelf

I’m very excited to be participating in the exhibition: The Heroic Object at Parallel Art Space opening Saturday April 5th and running through May 11.

The exhibition will be  comprised of “A collection of works from Vincent Como, Joshua Johnson, Peter Lapsley, Raymond E. Mingst, Russell Perkins, Kara L. Rooney, Magdalen Wong, and Frank Zadlo that hone in on the art object, traversing realms from the mythic to the prosaic, deploying, by turns, allegory, commodity, manifesto, buried gold.”

New Interview

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , on October 10, 2013 by drawingsubscription

I very much enjoyed the structure and restrictions of an interview like this one which was just published by Five Questions. Enjoy.

Prepping for Year Four

Posted in 2014 with tags , , on September 6, 2013 by drawingsubscription

I’ve been doing some catch-up in the studio and will be back on top of documentation next week, but in the interim, November’s coming with or without us. That means the window will open for a new series in the Drawing Subscription family! We’re getting very excited for what’s in store. It will be a continuation on some of the themes we’ve already been working with like decay, transformation, memory and the ongoing reinterpretations of the Modernist canon.

Needless to say, we’re going to throw down like Anner Bylsma wailing on his axe:

Or a close approximation/reconsideration thereof:

and so forth…

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Paradise Lost at MINUS SPACE

Posted in Other Blackness with tags , , , on May 3, 2013 by drawingsubscription
Vincent Como, Paradise Lost, Minus Space, Black

Vincent Como: Paradise Lost 004; Oil on Linen with Wood, Wax and Fire; 2011-Present; 20 x 5.5 x 26.25 inches overall

I am very excited to announce Paradise Lost a solo exhibition at MINUS SPACE gallery in Brooklyn opening May 10, 2013 and continuing through June 15, 2013. This series of paintings has been a long time in the making, having been constructed using strict classical techniques of the old masters. Through a series of warm and cool black glazes the surfaces of the paintings are carefully built up and then varnished to a high gloss finish. There is an active decay inherent to the work which results from a series of candles burning on a shelf underneath the paintings leaving faint traces of activity by way of the accumulation of heat and soot, slowly eating away at the surface and altering the work over time at an almost glacial pace. As a result, these works are not only meant to challenge the viewer’s sense of history, memory, evolution, and transcendence, but also their grasp of the precious.

I am truly honored to be showing this work with Matthew and Rossana, whose tireless efforts and dedication have become manifest as one of the smartest and most interesting programs presenting minimal/non-objective work in all of New York.