HORRORWOOD: A group exhibition curated by Industrial Squid
Curated by Industrial Squid
Opens Friday, October 15th 7-10pm
Runs until December 4th
This October will be killer as WWA gallery presents the chilling group show Horrorwood. Curated by Industrial Squid, Horrorwood features the spine-tingling work of over 40 artists who were asked to pay homage to the Horror Film genre. From Psycho to Scream, from Frankenstein to Friday the 13th, this wicked group showis not for the faint of heart as it is sure to be as thrilling as the very horror films to which it pays homage.
Open to the public, the Horrorwood gallery reception is from 7 - 10pm on Friday, October 15th. In the spirit of Halloween and all things horror, the gallery welcomes guests to come to the opening in costume and there will be plenty of treats to be enjoyed as well as a few tricks too. The exhibition will run until December 4th.
Horrorwood features a diverse line-up of artists including:
David Ball, Jana Brike, Mark Bryan, Danielle Buerli, William Buzzell, Julian Callos, David Chung, Sean Clauretie, JAW Cooper, Dave Correia, Jeremy Cross, Jason Cullison, Jessica LL Dalva, James "Jimbot" Demski, Matt Duffin/Flannery Grace Horan, Mickey M Edtinger, Heeryoung Hong, Charlie Immer, Ben Kehoe, Jacob Livengood, David MacDowell, Jon MacNair, Apricot Mantle,Lily Mae Martin, Annie Owens, Cristina Paulos, Chris Roth, KRK Ryden, Johnny Sampson, Nigel Sanders, Zachary Schoenbaum, Steve Seeley, Dylan Sisson, MomTried Myles Smutney, Sarah "Sae" Soh, Ric Stultz, Bryce Takara, Paul Torres, Ted von Heiland, Jessica Ward, Peat Wollaeger
About Industrial Squid:
Industrial Squid is a curatorial project comprised of Stephanie Chefas, Rob Faucette, and David Radford of WWA gallery. Industrial Squid is a labor of love born out of a passion for contemporary art and those who bring it to life. Their aim is to curate inventive group shows, with themes that give artists a veritable playground to work within.
About WWA gallery:
Located in the Culver CityArtDistrict, WWA gallery's goal is to present contemporary artists who have an individual perspective and clear vision and aesthetic. In 2010, we will present an array of shows with a wide range of established and emerging artists such as Bob Dob, Ben Kehoe, KRK Ryden, Miss Mindy, CJ Metzger, Rob Corless, Jim Darling, Tina Darling, Dan Barry, Edward Robin Coronel, Jeni Yang, Tracy Tomko, Dee Chavez, Lily Mae Martin, and Julian Callos. For more information and an upcoming exhibition schedule, please visit WWAgallery.com
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Stephanie@wwagallery.com or 310.836.4992
9517 Culver Blvd.Culver City, CA90232
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