The exhibition is an investigation into the observed self, the portrayal of individuals as well as the perceived and projected self, and how we interpret/project imagery as portrait.
Preston Spurlock’s gooey, squiggly blobs, his Katamari Damacy–esque collages, and his inflated-to-the-point-of-bursting lettering have become the predominant flavor in the visual stew of today’s DIY concert flyers.
Little Big Show is a group exhibition that investigates mitigated experience and its effect on viewing art in a post-digital era. The project was conceived and produced by Apostrophe NYC, featuring works by Base 12…
Robots Will Kill + Friends a group exhibition featuring members and friends of the Robots Will Kill family. On display will be works by 50 artists including graffiti, street artists, illustrators and toy artists.
Lichtman is an intimist. in an interview with Larry Groff of Painting Perceptions she states, “I’ve always painted interior spaces, and am … influenced by all the European and American painters of domestic interiors, from the De Hooch and Vermeer, to Hopper and Porter.
Presently the Director of the Studio Program of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Mr. Carroll has been involved with the New York art world for more than 25 years.
With over 40 original pieces on canvas, paper, model trains, and works using found objects, the Washington, DC graffiti writer Rei21 offers a series that spotlights the most recent stage of a creative career that spans more than two decades.
Mirus Gallery is pleased to present Anamorphic Portraiture, a dynamic exhibition featuring acclaimed international and regional contemporary artists working within the realm of disrupted portraiture.