David Brady is a Los Angeles artist known for powerful and provocative images that reflect contemporary life. His work portrays his continuous exploration of the figure, utilizing a host of recycled materials and mediums and include collage, assemblage, oil, and drawing.
His appetite for everything creative has landed him an artist residency in Japan, collaborative projects with Nelson Mandela, poet Amde Hamilton, photojournalist David Butow, and composer Mark Sims. Exhibitions and projects include the Museum of Fine Art Cuba, Modern Art Museum Mexico, Turchin Center for the Arts, The Lincoln Center, Lilia Arts Center, MOCA Los Angeles, World Trade Center Osaka, and the Center for the Study of Collage. Brady’s work is on exhibit at a number of galleries and universities throughout the United States and selected public spaces internationally.