Rigo 23, Pimple, Rojas

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, 05 Jul 2006
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Photos by Ert O'Hara


We finally made it over to Gallery Paule Anglim to see Rigo 23's "new large canvases (presented as tarps on the wall) with graphic black-and-white imagery referring to current global events and American culture's distance from them", as well as The Art of Robert Pimple - which you probably recognize as looking a lot like Ray Fong's work, which you may see as strikingly similar to Barry McGee's art (if so, you could be an art detective... they are all one and the same), and Clare Rojas exhibit "Moody Loner" which "features new paintings in her signature gouache technique placing figures in a crisp and colorful landscape. Combining features of cartoon and folk art, her paintings depict sexual role reversals with the male as the object of a critical (and mocking!) female gaze. Rojas blends ironic spice into the expected charm of her visual treats."

Opening reception was June 14th, 2006, and the exhibit runs through July 22nd.

Rigo 23

Rigo 23

Rigo 23

Rigo 23 juxtaposed with graffiti outside of Gallery Paule Anglim's retractable sunroof

Signing the gallery guestbook

Robert Pimple overview

Robert Pimple's head banging machine

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Robert Pimple

Clare Rojas overview

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas

For more information about this show, please visit Gallery Paule Anglim's website www.gallerypauleanglim.com.

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