Fuse Gallery – NYC
Group Show curated by Les Barany
Exhibition runs July 10th through August 9th, 2008
Summer Hours: Fuse Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday 3 – 8PM
93 2nd Avenue, NYC (between 5th & 6th Sts, 2nd Ave stop on the F)
For more information, contact Fuse Gallery at 212.777.7988 or email@example.com.
Renowned for his eye for the dark and uncanny, Les Barany has brought together a group of both notorious and unfamiliar artists that will showcase their intricate and unique styles this summer at Fuse Gallery. Works will include drawing, painting, digital art, sculpture and jewelry.
John U. Abrahamson, Patrick Byers, Vincent , Christopher Conte, William B. Hand, Eli Livingston, J.L. Robbins, Chris Savido, Kenneth “Dominique” Williams.
Stephen Kasner, Victor Koen, H.R. Giger, David Hochbaum, Andre Lassen, Bart Powers, Paul Rumsey
and Brian Viveros.
• Among the 43 works exhibited are 12 of the original artworks from the book Les Barany’s CARNIVORA – The Dark Art of Automobiles, by New Blood Rising artists Patrick Byers, Vincent Castiglia, William B. Hand, Eli Livingston, J.L. Robbins, Chris Savido, Kenneth Williams, Viktor Koen, Andre Lassen, Bart Powers, Paul Rumsey and Brian Viveros.
Advance copies of the CARNIVORA book are available for sale at the gallery.
• Additional original artworks from the CARNIVORA book by the following artists are available for sale through Fuse Gallery and can be viewed on www.fusegallerynyc.com. Marshall Arisman, Zdzislaw Beksinski, Hanno von Bran, Bernardo Corman, Steve Ellis, Viktor Koen, Till Nowak, Peter Pontiac, Rick Prol, Sybille Ruppert, Christopher Savido, Hugo Schuhmacher and Nick Weber.
• The opening reception on Thursday, July 10th was attended by the following East Coast CARNIVORA contributing artists and writers:
Les Barany, Jason Beam, Vincent Castiglia, Chris Conte, Benardo Corman, ChrisTopher Crowder, Jason D’Aquino, Steve Ellis, Daphne Graham & Chris X, David Hochbaum (Goldmine Shithouse), Eli Livingston, Tara McPherson, Joseph B. Mauceri, Carlo McCormick, George Petros, J. L. Robbins, Rich Rethorn, Chris Savido and Norman Spinrad.
• The events of the evening included the New York premiere screening of the new DVD H.R. Giger’s Sanctuary on the gallery monitor.
The documentary features an interview and a tour of the Giger Museum in Gruyeres, Switzerland, with the master of Biomechanics and creator of the Academy Award winning Alien. H.R. Giger’s Sanctuary was filmed in high definition video entirely on location at the H.R. Giger Museum and Bar in Switzerland. 19 minutes, plus 20 minutes of special features. Code-free. playable all over the world. www.gigerfilm.com. Available on Amazon.com.