I am thrilled to announce that I will be participating in Spoke Art's next group show: Bad Dads VI - An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Wes Anderson. The exhibition, which has become a highly anticipated Spoke Art tradition, will be held this year for the first time, in New York City. Bad Dads VI will open Friday, August 7th, at Joseph Gross Gallery, located at 548 West 28th Street, in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood.

The exhibition will feature work by over 70 international artists in a range of media, including sculpture, painting, printmaking, mixed media, and more - All inspired by the visually nuanced films of Wes Anderson. Participating artists include: 100% Soft, Rebecca Mason Adams, Daliah Lina Ammar, Anarkitty, Brianna Angelakis, Christine Aria, Kelsey Beckett, Jill Bencsits, Johnny Bergeron, Ryan Berkley, Joshua Budich, Ivonna Buenestro, Bungaloo, Sandi Calistro, Julian Callos, Keith Carter, Mar Cerada, James Charles, Matt Chase, Tracie Ching, Dan Christofersson, Charles Clary, Rhys Cooper, Cuddly Rigor Mortis, Max Dalton, Jessica Deahl, Tim Doyle, Emily Dumas, Matt Dye, Epyon5, Valentin Fischer, Veronica Fish, Monica Garwood, Sam Gilbey, Rebecca Green, Lauren Gregg, Dominic Guidote, Justin Hager, Primary Hughes, Charlie Immer, Maria Suarez Inclan, Martine Johanna, Tim Jordan, Alex R Kirzhner, Bartosz Kosowski, Calvin Lai, Conor Langton, Nan Lawson, Micah LeBrun, Adam Lister, Kemi Mai, Scott Mitchell, Guillaume Morellec, Danielle Murray, Reuben Negron, Conor Nolan, Chelsea O’Byrne, Lily Padula, Anna Pan, Rich Pellegrino, Audrey Pongracz, Patrycja Podkościelny, Michael Ramstead, Fernando Reza, Matt Ritchie, Michelle Romo, Rebecca Rose, Daniel Speight, Chuck Sperry, Meghan Stratman, Mike Stilkey, Dean Stuart, Mandy Tsung, Van Orton, Casey Weldon, Helice Wen, Bec Winnel and Alice X Zhang.

Due to overwhelming interest, tickets are required for entry into the show. Ticket and show information is available HERE. I have a feeling this one will sell out so get your tickets quickly before they are gone. 

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AuthorReuben Negron