Coham Man Series

Coham Man | Frans Masereel Centrum | Kasterlee, Belgium

The Coham Man is an ongoing series of prints and drawings/combines that as a point of motivation deconstructs “machismo.” That is to say, this series deconstructs posturing of strength in contrast, or perhaps instead of, a man’s legitimate search for independence of body and mind, i.e. the effort to become strong. The works have been exhibited in Europe and in the U.S.

Coham Man: Big Truck, Serigraph on Multiple Sheets of Poly, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Big Truck, Serigraph on Multiple Sheets of Poly, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Blown Engine, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Blown Engine, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Freedom, Masking Tape on Aluminum, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Gas, Aluminum Collage on Paper, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Gas, Aluminum Collage on Paper, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Flower, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Flower, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Lil' Mama, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung
Coham Man: Truck Stop 01, Aluminum Combine, Mark John DeYoung