Thank you to Patrick Rocha for designing this drawing. We will cherish it always. Thank you to Ariann for making this all possible. is a multidisciplinary artist working in illustration, design, and typography. Rocha Studied Illustration at Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His work has been featured in publications such as ARKITIP, FLAUNT, SWINDLE, JACQUES, FRANK 151, JUXTAPOZ ,QUEST, and “THE NEWSSTAND” by RIZZOLI.
For Immediate Release “The Night Time is the Right Time” Recent works by Luke Barber-Smith and Patrick Rocha Curated by Andreis Costa May 17 – June 24, 2006 Reception: May 17th, 7 – 10pm Invisible NYC is pleased to present “The Night Time is the Right Time”, a unique exhibition featuring photography and drawings by Luke Barber-Smith and Patrick Rocha as curated by Andreis Costa. This exhibition combines eerie photographs of New York’s empty nightscapes as discovered through the artistsRead More→
“temperature/ artists from the flat file” curated by Andreis Costa exhibition: March 18th – April 16th 2005. Opening Reception: March 18th, 2005, from 2- 4pm “Temperature” will focus on the measure of heat within contemporary art. Hot and cold, energy and pace as shown through multiple mediums and artistic disciplines. “Temperature / artists from the flat file” is a group show intended to extend and develop the:artist:network’s flat file and online digital archive. The exhibition works in symbiosis with the digital archive, eachRead More→