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The well-dressed image palette and visual syntax of Brannon’s prints are set slightly askew by the narrative text that accompanies them—the text hangs in the air at some distance from the iconic language, unresolved. His graphic clarity encodes a theatrical presence—where the objects function as narrative elements. A defining feature of Brannon’s work is the juxtaposition between his interest in decor and the conflict inserted by the narrative—between the quick read and the longer afterthought—the surface and the subtext—a juxtaposition he likens to analysis. Brannon’s work has been shown internationally—in Italy at Marino Marini Museum, Florence, and Gió Marconi Gallery, Milan. 


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