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Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor: The Dog Days Are Over
It shadows and hovers over the viewer and demands that one backs away from the work to take in its scope, but also, at the same time, up close, pulls the viewer into an experience of delicacy, specific intention, as well as a riot of formal encounters in the physicality and materiality of the processes that went into building the piece. —Elisabeth Higgins O’ConnorAugust 08, 2016
The Art of Mister Finch
Landing somewhere between sculpture, textiles and artisan stuffed-animal-making, Mister Finch is an anomaly in the field of makers--huge, beautiful embroidered and stuffed insects and animals is what he makes en masse. But these creatures are much more than stuffed animals. Hailing from some magic realm of the guilded and antique, these huge dusty moths, spiders, mushrooms and rabbits take on a wonderfully sophisticated, charming character.August 03, 2016
Guillermo del Toro: Gods and Monsters (Book Signing at LACMA on Friday, July 29)
On August 1st, 2016, LACMA will present filmmaker Guillermo del Toro's first museum retrospective, At Home With Monsters, a peek into the personal corridors of a director who would blanch at being called an auteur, who loves Hitchcock and made Hellboy. Inspirations from his other films like Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Blade II and Crimson Peak are among the 500 objects displayed. Anchored by the notebooks which have always served as his guide and amulet to this day, the exhibit is divided into vignettes where his themes of childhood, magic, Victoriana, horror, monsters, films and comics, as well as death and afterlife hold keys to this marvelous movie mind. The recreation of a thunderstorm in Rain Room at LACMA puts the participant in the midst of an art installation. Assuming the show displays the kind warmth and dazzling intelligence I was lucky to experience during my conversation with del toro, visitors to LACMA are in for a deeply engaging double feature. —Gwynned VitelloJuly 28, 2016
Juxtapoz x Superflat: Trenton Doyle Hancock
Vegans vs Mounds! We are excited to announce that January 2016 cover artist and Texas-based artist, Trenton Doyle Hancock, is part of "Juxtapoz x Superflat." The show takes place from August 4—7, 2016, at Pivot Art & Culture in Seattle, and we have a 9-foot wide Trenton piece entitled,"The She Wolf Amongst Them was Undom's Conundrum" in the show.July 27, 2016
Yoko D’Holbachie is "The Alchemist"
Last Rites Gallery is pleased to announce The Alchemist, a solo exhibition of works by Yoko D’Holbachie, on view at 325 W 38th Street from June 9th - August 6th , 2016. D’holbcahie’s opening reception will be held on July 9thh, 6pm, at Last Rites Gallery. With this new collection of paintings, Yoko D’Holbachie aims her vivid imagination at her everyday life in Japan and turns her world into a manifesto of fantasy with achingly precise and surreal detail.July 07, 2016
We feel, conceive or reason, laugh or weep
Since she burst into international prominence at the 2003 Venice Biennale, Patricia Piccinini has become famous for creating some of the most troubling and provocative artworks of our time. With silicone, fiberglass, resin, human hair and animal fur, she imagines creatures that are eerie in their verisimilitude to flesh, but disconcertingly surreal. Her work makes us question what it means to be human, how that is rapidly changing through advances in medicine, science and technology, and how we might think differently to understand those changes.July 05, 2016
Andy Kehoe "Fantastical Romanticism"
Uninhibited by any sense of natural order, Andy Kehoe is known for his mixed-media work of human-animal hybrids set in forested backgrounds. Inspired by the Romanticism movement of the 19th century and their emphasis on individuality, emotion, and drama, Kehoe has a similar intuition when creating otherworldly landscapes. With a focus on imagination and emotional response as the source of aesthetic experience, his fantastical imagery evokes a sense of wonderment by emphasizing the grandeur of nature.June 22, 2016