I am excited to announce that I will be part of Spoke Art's “La Couleur de l’Étrangeté” - An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro.
The exhibition, which opens Saturday, May 9th and runs through May 30th, features paintings, sculptures, and prints that re-interpret and re-imagine the cinematic work of Jeunet and Caro, which includes such films as Amelie, City of Lost Children, and Delicatessen. Spoke Art is also teaming up with the historic Roxie Theater for a double-screening of Amelie and City of Lost Children on Saturday, May 23rd.
“La Couleur de l’Étrangeté” - The Color of Strangeness
An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro
Opening reception : May 9th, 6pm - 10pm
On view: May 9th - 30th, 2015
Participating artists include:
Adam Ziskie, Lauren YS, Helice Wen, Thomas Walker, Von, Justin Van Genderen, Chris Valkov, Delphyne V, Mandy Tsung, Jonny Trousseau, Jess Suttner, Maria Suarez Inclan, Tatiana Suarez, Dean Stuart, Meghan Stratman, Conrad Roset, Ridge Rooms, Michelle Romo, Matt Ritchie, Fernando Reza, Bill Rebholz, Michael Ramstead, Simon Prades, Audrey Pongracz, Rich Pellegrino, Van Orton, Chelsea O’Byrne, Reuben Negron, David Moscati, Tessa Morrison, Guillaume Morellec, Scott Mitchell, Joesph Martinez, Michael Marsicano, Kemi Mai, Adam Lister, Nan Lawson, Conor Langton, Bartosz Kosowski, Caia Koopman, Tim Jordan, Sarah Joncas, Aaron Jasinski, Primary Hughes, Godmachine, Sam Gilbey, Serge Gay Jr., Monica Garwood, Little Friends, Jayde Fish, Valentin Fischer, Jessica Deahl, Joseph Crone, Johnny Crap, Charles Clary, Dan Christofersson, Matt Chase, Keith Carter, Sandi Calistro, Bungaloo, Ivonna Buenestro, Ryan Berkeley, Anne Benjamin, Jill Bencsits, Kelsey Beckett, Derek Ballard, Christine Aria, Ana Aranda, Oriol Angrill Jorda, Brianna Angelakis, Epyon5