UNIX Gallery Presents
Eugenio Merino’s exhibition Here Died Warhol
Here Died Warhol is a sensational experience that takes the visitor around New York City, following in Andy Warhol’s footsteps from his artistic beginnings to the glamorous and iconic places he frequented. The late artist’s body will lie in state at UNIX Gallery, 532 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011 through June 9.
Pablo Dona Blooming Japanese puzzle erasers 28 x 28 x 7 in | 71 x 71 x 18 cm 2018
Migration Photograph 48 x 69 in | 122 x 175 cm 2018
UNIX Gallery is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition of works by Pablo Dona. Dona’s sculpture and photography explore an imaginative world of miniature marvels, deeply colored by a child-like playfulness and wonder at the breadth of creative potential. In Dona’s unique world, tiny figures embark on great adventures surrounded by, to their eye, giant emblems of childhood and domestic comforts – rubber ducks, teacups, and marshmallows amongst them. Vibrant erasers in the shape of animals are assembled into menagerie bouquets, calling to the child within us. Incorporating both found objects and elements of his own creation, Dona’s work succeeds in bringing us back to our earliest memories through the dreamy narratives that his miniatures find themselves in: a new realm of possibility. The exhibition opens at the gallery on June 21.
Josh Rowell Virtually Fragile 3 Acrylic on marine plywood 43 x 69 in | 110 x 175 cm 2018
UNIX Gallery is excited to announce our participation in VOLTA 14, taking place from June 11-16, 2018 at Elsastrasse 215 in Basel, Switzerland. Our booth A18 will feature works by gallery artists William Bradley, Tom McFarland and Josh Rowell.
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