Monday, August 25, 2008

dark pop.

Ad Hoc Art's director, Andrew Michael Ford, has been invited by Last Rites Gallery in Chelsea to curate a show entitled Dark Pop, which opens on Saturday, September 6th. Here are the juicy details...
Last Rites Gallery and guest curator Andrew Michael Ford (director of Ad Hoc Art, curator of Deep Pop) have decided to find out what several of today's brightest art stars are capable of when asked to create ONE piece of what could be considered truly 'dark art'. Many artists find themselves in a nice groove of creating a certain mood or emotion through their work and have, understandably, become quite comfortable following this path in their art-making. We were curious, however, what would happen if things were to get a little uncomfortable, as the artist challenged themselves to search through new or buried feelings and emotions, the kind which might find their place on the 'darker' side of the artistic spectrum. With that in mind, Last Rites Gallery and guest curator Andrew Michael Ford proudly present "Dark Pop": A collection of truly 'dark art' from an incredibly talented and diverse group of artists who would normally never get anywhere near this stuff! The results, we believe, are nothing short of astounding!

Participating artists include: Lisa Alisa, Esao Andrews, Camilla d'Errico, D'holbachie, Imminent Disaster, Ron English, The Dirty Fabulous, Ewelina Ferruso, Gaia, Sarah Joncas, kozyndan, Tessar Lo, David MacDowell, Jeff McMillan, MOMO, Gilbert Oh, Pagan, Nathan Pickett, Peripheral Media Projects, Isabel Samaras, Chris Stain, Nicole Steen, Gary Taxali, Connie Wang, Jaeran Won and more!

here is my contribution:

presentation, 21.5 x 26.5", mixed media on paper, framed.

if you're in the new york area and have some free time, please check it out!

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Peter Hong Chan said...

love it. sometimes, barfing can be beautiful...maybe.

Anonymous said...

your 'Presentation' has shocked me for a while, hard to describe that kind of feeling... but then i realized hmmm.. you hit the theme right huh, it seems really is a piece of 'dark art', your emotion burst throughout it.

Subject-A said...

Beneath the Goodtimes, dare be a dark side ... !!!

Anonymous said...

thanks, guys.

Kuro said...

very very nice!