Guzu Gallery Presents Strange Beasts IV: A Tribute to Kaiju & Japanese Pop Culture December 2, 2016 – January 2, 2017 Opening Reception: Friday, December 2nd • 7-10pm Guzu Gallery • Austin, TX

It’s time for another Japanese pop explosion…Strange Beasts is back!
It’s the show that started it all — Guzu’s very first group art exhibition back in 2012. Now in its fourth installment, Strange Beasts has expanded to include not only those giant monsters of Japanese cinema, but familiar faces and colorful characters from tokusatsu, manga and anime too!

Featuring – Andrea Caprotti, Kevin T. Chin, Alan Defibaugh, Rhandi Fisher, Matt Frank, Logan Ganshirt, Half-Human, Zach Henson, Gabrielle Hoggett, Loc Huynh, Kachi, Katherine Kuehne, Devin Lawson, Annie Lin, Jeremy Martinez, Daniel Moll, Arlo Neill, Sam Peagler, Chet Phillips, Isaak Ramos, Francisco Salinas, Scrain, Christine Soules, Elisa Wikey.

The opening reception will be on Friday, December 2nd from 7 to 10pm and the artwork will remain up through January 2nd. Limited edition prints and original artwork will be available for purchase. As always, admission is free and all ages are welcome!
Guzu Gallery welcomes everyone to the show, but if you can’t make it out, the artwork will be available for purchase in their online store on Monday, December 5th around Noon CST.
Stay tuned to Guzu’s social media outlets for more info and sneak previews as the days get closer to show time!

GUZU logoGuzu Gallery

5000 N Lamar Blvd

Austin, Texas 78751

Author: c_priority

artist / curator / slap tagger @ GSWW ~ Principal @ ladderandkey

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