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Exhibition Detail
Among the Ruins
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave., #T-5
Santa Monica, CA 90404


November 10th, 2012 - December 1st, 2012
Opening: 
November 10th, 2012 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM
 
Leda in the Gulf  , Adam MillerAdam Miller, Leda in the Gulf ,
oil on canvas , 60" x 46"
© Courtesy of the Artist and CoproGallery
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Copro Gallery presents Adam Miller's "Among the Ruins". For this exhibition Adam has been on a year long painting odyssey moving into mostly larger format paintings, all inspired by the scale and narrative of Renaissance painting and the scale of New York City.

Among the Ruins looks at different family's existing in a post industrial world looking back at what appears to be the remnants of a time of great expansion and strength from a distance after the machinery of state has collapsed. The new hope represented by their children exists against the darkness of the scattered corpse like remnants of their world. But as the darkest day of winter is also the beginning of the suns return these families are the first to begin rebuilding their society and planting new crops. 

Born 1979 in Oregon, Adam began an apprenticeship to artist Allen Jones at thirteen years old and at Sixteen, was accepted to the prestigious Florence Academy Of Art in Florence, Italy where he underwent an extensive training in classical painting techniques and studied the masterpieces of the Renaissance firsthand. For the next four years Miller traveled throughout Europe studying the masters

Adam's paintings explore the intersection between mythology, ecology and humanism. Visually inspired by baroque and Hellenistic narrative painting they take a polytheistic approach to contemporary folklore, questions of progress and the experience of human narrative in the face of technological change and the struggle to find meaning in a world poised between expansion and decay.


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