Through March 18, the cozy Library Bar will host Polychromasia, an exhibition by artist (and longtime Juxtapoz collaborator) Beau Stanton created specially for the Hudson Hotel. Curated by Art Nerd New York’s Lori Zimmer, the exhibition will feature twenty new multiples and two large paintings, inspired by Stanton’s interest in Victorian ephemera, ancient narratives and industrial decline. 


Through March 18, the cozy Library Bar will host Polychromasia, an exhibition by artist (and longtime Juxtapoz collaborator) Beau Stanton created specially for the Hudson Hotel. Curated by Art Nerd New York’s Lori Zimmer, the exhibition will feature twenty new multiples and two large paintings, inspired by Stanton’s interest in Victorian ephemera, ancient narratives and industrial decline. The multiples, a mix of screen printing and hand detailing, have been pulled in varying sizes on wood, echoing the rich wood paneling in the room. His antiquated color palette and penchant for patterns and ornamentation harmonize with the Library’s luxe English leather sofas, antique rugs and furniture.

The exhibition will remain on view until March 18th at the Hudson New York, 356 W 58th St, in Manhattan.

Beau Stanton is a multi-disciplinary artist who works in paintings, murals, large scale installations, stained glass, and multimedia animations. Stanton is influenced by historic ornamentation, religious iconography, esoteric symbols, Jungian archetypes and classical painting. Stanton resides in Red Hook, Brooklyn and his work has recently been shown in a 12th Century crypt, on the Berlin Wall, a Fiat 500, and in galleries worldwide. More at www.beaustanton.com.

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