Phone Booth Gallery is proud to present “Daydreamer,” an incisive exhibition of new work from
The drawings of Mr. Frivolous, deliberately executed in felt tip pen, occupy a precarious space between lucidity and eccentricity. Often crisply articulate, Mr. Frivolous’s portraits exude a devil-may-care free-spirit that makes their intentionality seem uncompromising and inspired. His subjects, young people with poetic demeanors who invariably resemble key players in a thriving underground, are iconic without being pretentious, assertive but still introspective.
Influenced by artists as diverse as the Austrian Symbolist Gustav Klimt and the prolific
Each of Mr. Frivolous drawings screams individuality, but, together, they suggest a vibrant community of brooders, poets, rebels and provocateurs.