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Kent’s paintings playfully satirize modern life as well as both popular and local culture. His work is also rooted in art history and employs both modern and classical references. Originally from California, he has lived in New York since 1988 when he began illustrating for magazines and newspapers including TIME, Sports Illustrated, BusinessWeek, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune and The Baltimore Sun. Since 2006 his work has been shown regularly at London’s Eleven gallery and in 2012 at New York’s Volta Art Fair. He holds degrees in studio art from the University of Utah (MFA), Art Center College of Design (BFA with Honors) and a degree in Art History from Brigham Young University (BA).
2005 University of Utah, M.F.A., Salt Lake City, Utah; 1986 Art Center College of Design, B.F.A. with Honors, Pasadena, California; 1984 Brigham Young University, BA Art History/Asian Studies, Provo, Utah
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2012 VOLTA NEW YORK, New York, NY; 2011 SENSORY OVERLOAD, Eleven, London, UK; 2009 THE TROUBLE WITH SWEETS, Eleven, London, UK; 2008 SUGAR, Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah; 2007 SUGAR, Eleven, London, England, U.K.; 20