Troy Lovegates (image courtesy of the gallery)
Kunsthalle Galapagos presents:
February 18 – March 4th 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday Feb. 18, 2012 6-9pm
Image: David Enters Adulthood by Jebediah Long, 2012
Tony Ingrisano, Sylvia Jeffriess, Jebediah Long, Troy Lovegates,
James Moore, Fumi Nakamura
Kunsthalle Galapagos is pleased to present Ocean Size, a group
exhibition of six artists who question our perceptions of reality.
Their works coax us to join them in fantastical worlds of bold colors,
precise lines, and mutated patterns. Distorted characters and
fragments morph and fray into an ordered chaos. Disjointed narratives,
found memories and alter-egos situate us, then shift our perceptions
of our own state of being. The work compels us to reach beyond our
own comprehension to something bigger than ourselves, something “ocean
Along with the exhibition, Kunsthalle Galapagos presents a new limited
print edition by Troy Lovegates,
published by Marginal Editions.
Ocean Size is curated by Julie McKim, Erik Hougen, Albert Shelton, Gracie Kazer
16 Main St.
Gallery Hours: Thurs – Sun 1-6pm
F train to York St
A/C train to High St
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