Anagnorisis Fine Arts


Babble Report I by Binnorie

Do to take a peek at the most recent posts Anagnorisis’s Samantha Levin has up on the Beinart Surreal Art Collective and the Creep Machine:

Or, to satiate those with a lower attention span, please visit Samantha’s sublime Tumblr blog.

Beinart:
Martin Wittfooth’s Dark Water

Dark Water contains paintings from many artists whose work frequently explores these depths, curator included.  Remarkable about the dark nature of such art, is its quality for redemption, relief or realization.  Furthermore, each of these work’s unique elements of beauty can be simultaneously stunning and soothing, offering solace for the heavy subject matter they symbolize.

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Beinart:
The Indispensable Import of the Cute & Creepy

This exhibition of sweet and sticky macabre art represents curator Carrie Ann Baade‘s efforts to act as ambassador between the contemporary grotesque and the academic environment.

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Creep Machine:
Paul Komoda // The Thing Comes to Life

The artist talks a bit about his creature concepts for the movie and his experiences working on the movie.  Exclusive peeks at the monsters he designed for the film!

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Creep Machine:
Travis Louie’s Curious Pets

A mini sneak peek into Mr. Louie’s latest solo exhibition on the west coast.  Opening this weekend!

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Cute & Creepy | Carrie Ann Baade Curates by Binnorie

Cute & Creepy, the upcoming group exhibition curated by Carrie Ann Baade, will be opening up soon!  Mark your calendars for this October 7th, 2011, for a trip to the Florida State Museum of Fine Arts in Tallahassee.

Featuring this, dare I say, badass lineup:

Kris Kuksi, Kathie Olivas, Jessica Joslin, Kelly Boehmer, Timothy Cummings, Thomas Woodruff, Scott G. Brooks, Elizabeth McGrath, Marion Peck, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Chris Mars, Richard A. Kirk, Laurie Hogin, Judith Schaechter, Laurie Lipton, Lori Field, Chet Zar, Christian Rex van Minnen, Ray Caesar, Martin Wittfooth, Jessica Joslin, Mark Hosford, Kate Clark and Travis Louie

A more complete website is in the works for your viewing pleasure soon!

above: Kate Clark’s Bully, 2010, Canadian White Wolf hide, clay, foam, thread, pins, rubber eyes, wood, paint, 82”×42”×54”