I am not interested in depicting a specific narrative. Instead, I am interested in establishing a space where narrative can be developed. Each viewer’s subjectivity completes the structure by adding an individualized allegorical reading of the elements contained within the work, and of the work as a whole. Such a reading allows for an openness of meaning and it is this openness that is so important to my work.
Edward Holland was born in 1980. He received his BFA from Syracuse University and his MA from New York University. His work has been shown internationally and nationally, including Peter Marcelle Contemporary (Bridgehampton, NY), Gerald Peters Gallery (New York City and Santa Fe, NM) and Phyllis Weston Gallery (Cincinatti, OH). His work can be found in private collections nationwide.