In the wake of a striking Dave Kinsey exhibit (covered), Joshua Liner Gallery is set to show a pairing of two technically proficient, yet stylistically disparate artists on Thursday, October 14th. In Gallery I, El Mac’s The Humble and Sublime (teased) will serve as the Phoenix-based artist’s first solo with the NYC gallery, highlighting his unique figurative works. Known for his fantastically rendered and massively scaled street murals (covered), this exhibit will provide an opportunity for the multi-talented artist to show how he throws down on indoors. Check out this awesome video showing the making of a new painting for the show.
In Gallery II, Damon Soule’s Tessellating Pigments brings the NYC-based artist back for his second solo show of self-ascribed “geofabulous” works. Taking viewers on a visceral journey with his dynamic landscapes, this newest body of work appears to be some of the cleanest, most tightly constructed examples to date. As a whole, the exhibit is shaping up to be quite the night of diverse art in the Big Apple, where both artists will be in attendance.
More preview images after the jump.
Opening reception Thursday, October 14th from 6 – PM.
Joshua Liner Gallery
548 W 28th St. 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10001