Review on Phillip James Frost by Ralph Body printed in the Otago Daily Times 31/3/2011

The drawn and painted works of Phillip James Frost possess a visual and emotional rawness, alongside a strange elusiveness. The stressed surfaces of his works on paper are littered with partially effaced imagery and scrawled text which defies legibility. Some feature elements of collage, which adds further texture to these marked, splattered and torn sheetsContinue reading “Review on Phillip James Frost by Ralph Body printed in the Otago Daily Times 31/3/2011”

Phillip James Frost Review By Naomi Boult

Philip Frost’s current show Paper Work at a gallery proves to be a cohesive exhibition of the artist’s recent work, complete with the customary pop-culture references as well as more personal themes.  The uniformity of his style works particularly well in the gallery, the austerity of the walls and space being the perfect foil forContinue reading “Phillip James Frost Review By Naomi Boult”