"Erik den Breejen’s work has had a long lasting love affair with the seductive poetry of popular music and rock and roll, finely tuned painted marks, and hues that are turned on by complimentary and sometimes less than complimentary color schemes. In the event of his recent show at Freight + Volume gallery in Chelsea, I had the opportunity to talk to him about his perspective on this new body of work and what was involved in making it. I am no stranger to Den Breejen’s paintings — believe me — but still I learned quite a lot from asking him questions a few weeks after the show’s opening."
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