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Los Angeles’ Krampusfest 2013 runs December 5 – 21; besides the Krampus Ball (December 7), a Krampus run (December 12) and the Krampus Rumpus (December 21), the festival will include a Krampus-themed art show at Copro Gallery.
“Naughty or Nice” is a group exhibition that runs December 14 through January 4, with an opening reception from 8 to 11:30 p.m. on December 14. The show will feature pieces by a number of RM faves, such as Chet Zar, Travis Louie and Gris Grimly. Go here for more info.
This Saturday, May 25 marks the opening of Zombie, an art show curated by RM favourite Travis Louie. Fifty artists were asked to interpret the word “zombie” for the New York show, which runs May 25 – June 26 at Last Rites Gallery (511 West 33rd Street, 3rd floor, between 10th and 11th Avenues); the show’s roster includes genre art heavyweights Stefano Alcantara, William Basso, Bob Eggleton, Joshua Hoffine, Vince Natale, Chet Zar and many more. An opening reception will be held at the gallery on Saturday, May 25 from 7 to 11 p.m.
What can you expect from the show, you ask? Check out the press release after the jump, then scroll down for a preview of some of the awesome pieces Travis has selected.
Dark artist Chet Zar (RM#100 Nightmare Gallery contributor) will have an opening reception for his Faces of Death exhibit to unveil new paintings of his otherworldly monsters at Paul Booth’s Last Rites art gallery, with an opening reception to be held July 22 at 7pm. Renowned painter Craig LaRontonda will also be in attendance for his Eternal Consequences series. The show runs until August 19th. I highly recommend anyone remotely close to the NY area check out the haunting artwork that will be on display and Booth’s equally beautiful gallery space. Read more to view the full announcement card for the event
Art lovers in and around Montreal are in for a Halloween treat. Yves Laroche art gallery is hosting what they call Phantasmogoria, which exhibits new work by Chet Zar, and Travis Louie, who both contributed to our Nightmare Gallery in issue 100.
Artist Chet Zar has a fiend-tastic new print for sale. Entitled “Night” This special collectors edition is signed and numbered by the artist and would make a great gift to your recently deceased.
Printed on velvet fine art paper, it’s a limited edition of 100.
Artist Aunia Kahn held an online open call to artists everywhere last year for the Lowbrow Taro Art Show. Only 23 artist would be selected to represent the 22 cards in a Major Arcana tarot deck (plus the card back). The exhibit starts tonight, October 1st and closes on Halloween. If you’re in the L.A. area, the show opens at the La Luz de Jesus gallery and I highly recommend checking it out. The gallery and store itself is a must see. Luckily for those of us who can’t attend, here are is a link to the online gallery. There are some truly fantastic selections by Chet Zar (The Devil), Chris Mars (The Hierophant), Kris Kuksi (The Emperor), Laurie Lipton (Death), Christopher Ulrich (The Magician) and many others. The artists creations will also appear in a forthcoming hard cover coffee table book and of course the project wouldn’t be complete until an actual tarot deck, also in production.
Well known for their work in gray scale, miniature artist Jason D’Aquino and tattoo guru and gallery owner Paul Booth have teamed up to present a gallery show of black and gray artwork featuring some of the worlds top artist and illustrators. Art fanatics can expect to see works by Chet Zar, Ron English, The Pizz, Chris Marrs, Tara McPherson, Robert Williams (one of the first pioneer’s behind the “lowbrow” art movement and founder of Juxtapoz Magazine) and a ton more. The press release boasts “This is show will be an opportunity for artists to reach within the darkest realms of their imaginations, and display their most raw and uncensored work to-date.”