The Grotesque: International Art Exhibition is current showing at the Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, California. This is a group exhibition in the style of grotesques in which natural forms and monstrous figures are intertwined in bizarre or fanciful combinations. Here are samples of some of the various artists work:
Artist Mia Araujo will present her first solo exhibit at the Corey Helford Gallery, titled “Into the Woods” on May 13, 2012 in Los Angeles.
Oh Henry! an exhibition of new works by Nicholas Kashian will be opening reception Thursday, May 19th from 6 to 8pm at Dead Project Gallery. This is the first solo exhibition in New York and with the Gallery. Kashian will be presenting current paintings and collages made in Berlin where he has relocated from Chicago [...]
REMBRANDT’S JAN SIX PORTRAIT AT RIJKSMUSEUM Rembrandt’s world-famous portrait of Jan Six will be brought to the Rijksmuseum specially for the Rembrandt & Jan Six. An Amsterdam Friendship exhibition. The portrait has been part of the private collection of the Six family from Amsterdam since the 17th century and it is rarely available for public [...]
CASEY GRAY AT WHITE WALLS Ill Romantic Casey Gray‘s exhibition titled Ill Romantic features pieces which draw upon the duality of attraction and repulsion as it exists in relation to the human heart. Casey Gray composes his mixed media pieces through a meticulous process of stenciling, layering, and various urban media techniques, a process which [...]
The 2nd Annual Steampunk Bizarre Art Exhibit opens July 9 and will run through July 16, 2010 at the Hartford Art Space. The exhibition will feature the work of 23 local and international artists to share their vision of what Steampunk is and will be. The Exhibit will be alive with sights and sounds of [...]
JAMES GURNEY ‘DINOTOPIA’ EXHIBIT AT NORTON MUSUEM OF ART Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney opened June 5th at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, FL and runs through September 5, 2010. Inspired by a deep and abiding interest in archaeology, lost civilizations, and the art of illustration, James Gurney invites [...]