Kadar Brock was born in New York in 1980, and is currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Brock’s works are noted for its mixed media approach to each one of the canvases. His works include use of spray paint, oil, acrylic, and flashe paint within a dense mesh of geometric shapes, intersecting lines, and brightly coloured patterns within both paintings and works on paper. With its complex density of symbolism and strong interest in the concept of magic and memory, the artwork connects the viewer with the underlying concept of being engaged with its use of colour and form. Brock’s work has been featured in an array of publications, such as The New York Times, The Village Voice, Art in Review, Artnet, and more.
In 2002, Kadar Brock received his BFA from Cooper Union School of Art; New York, New York.