David Stoupakis

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, 07 Mar 2007
Photos from Sheep Will Follow, David Stoupakis' solo show at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City/LA CA. The exhibit opened February 24th and runs through March 17th, 2007.

David Stoupakis is internationally recognized for his eerie portraits of beings that appear wise beyond their years and have a certain knowledge of something past. Inspired by strong and damaged children who demand answers to questions no one hears, the self-taught artist adds haunting imagery and grim fairytale-like elements to his work. Described in the press as "a meld between Alice in Wonderland and The Exorcist," Stoupakis' paintings draw the viewer into a scene centuries old where childhood innocence juxtaposes macabre surroundings to produce images not of this world.

Photos courtesy of the gallery


The exhibition

Annie Crowninshield admires a stigmata arm sculpture by Frank Ippolito

Van Arno, Maura McCoy, Anthony Ausgang

David Stoupakis and Aprella

Nicole Frank and Chantal Menard

Jill, Savanna Snow, Natalia Fabia, and Jan Corey Helford

Geoff Gersh being interviewed

"Little Miss Lily Pad"

"My Daemon and Me"

"One Goat's Story"

"The Girl Who War Worms"

"The Heaviest Burden"

"The Messenger"

"The Tea Party"

"The Ties That Bind"

"Trusting Soul"

See also www.coreyhelfordgallery.com and www.davidstoupakis.com.



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