Everything Will Be Forgotten

Frank Rodick

Everything Will Be Forgotten is an exhibition of recent work by Rodick. Described by the artist as a "hallucinatory memoir," it is the largest exhibition to date of two intimately connected series: the expressionistic portraits of Rodick's late mother and the self-portraits constructed from found photographs. The images weave together elements as diverse as physical and mental illness, historical catastrophe, and the nuances of violence, decay, and death.