Painting

Juxtapoz x Superflat: Devin Troy Strother

July 27, 2016

No offense to the other great artists in the "Juxtapoz x Superflat" exhibition, but Devin Troy Strother is the best in the world at naming his paintings, sculptures, installations, and neon pieces. The show takes place at Pivot Art & Culture in Seattle from August 4—7, 2016, and Devin will be showing both a neon piece and a painting. 

Devin will name a work "The Ohhhh no my nigga, you just pulled the I've moved on the abstraction now trick" - Jasper Johns to me (but what happen tho?". Or, " That National Geographic shit: Creeping on the come up." But most importantly, Devin makes strong work with range and intricacies that is both rare and intensely detailed. His installations are floor-to-ceiling immersive, his early works would feature rubber-bands as a prominent material, and he turned neon into comic book style. He is like Matisse for the 2016 world.

For all coverage of "Juxtapoz x Superflat", click here.

Artists selected to appear in the show by Murakami include: Chiho Aoshima, Urs Fischer, Kim Jung Gi, Kazunori Hamana, James Jean, JH Kagaku, Friedrich Kunath, Takashi Murakami, Kazumi Nakamura, Otani Workshop, Mark Ryden, David Shrigley, Katsuya Terada, a selection from Toilet Paper Magazine, Yuji Ueda, Yuji Ueno, He Xiang Yu, and Zoer & Velvet. Artists selected by Pricco include Trenton Doyle Hancock, Todd James, Austin Lee, Rebecca Morgan, Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor, Paco Pomet, Parra, Christian Rex van Minnen. Erin M. Riley, Devin Troy Strother, Sage Vaughn, and Ben Venom.

Thank you to Richard Heller Gallery for their support.

Pivot Art & Culture
609 Westlake Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98109