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Upcoming Dark Art Event: "The Dark Room" at Glass Rice in San Francisco

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

(Daguerrotype by Borja Guillot, one of the exhibiting artists in "The Dark Room.")  A few months ago, we interviewed Christopher Tandy about his solo show, No Devil Lived On at Glass Rice, a small dark art gallery located in San Francisco. Tonight, they open their next exhibit, "The Dark Room," based on the prose of Edgar Allen Poe.  The space has metamorphosed for the exhibit. Characteristically a bright, white room brimming with natural light, the walls have been painted a dark red crimson. The show is a multi-sensory experience - inviting viewers to explore the room of their own volition...

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Santiago Caruso, Dark Symbolist

Posted by Justin Meyers on

Santiago Caruso is a dark symbolist artist with an attraction to the surreal and macabre. His techniques range from tempera and ink on paper to scratched mixed media pieces on cardboard. Working on book illustrations and music albums Caruso's art often has a highly narrative approach that makes viewing it an almost investigative process.

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From the Depths - Opening Tomorrow at Ars Memoria October 6th 7-10 PM

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

Tomorrow is the opening of our first-ever art show, "From the Depths," at Ars Memoria, co-curated with Catherine Matthews. The show features a blend of artists hand selected by curators as well as several people who submitted their entries via Instagram. We were blown away by all of the amazing talent that we have seen in the past few months and are so excited for this amazing show. The list of artists includes: Aaron Unser Bam MaslarBob Jonkers Caroline HarrisonCaroline Vitelli Cristina Tzani Dusty RayEmily SteigerwaldFelipe FroederJason BransonJason VivonaJessi JacobJohn AiroJosh McAlear Kathleen NearyLucas RuggieriLaura Prieto-VelascoIkisidioMatt LombardMichelle DuganPierre SantosRevolting WorshipSam...

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The Dark Acrylics of Yaroslav Gerzhedovich

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Russian artist Yaroslav Gerzhedovich's paintings are classically dark often monochrome and surreal creations. Featuring barren fields, ancient structures, and fantastical compositions Gerzhedovich's paintings transfix the viewer. The haunting imagery is created on paper with acrylic, pencil, ink, and occasional digital manipulation. 

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The Dark Surrealism of Stephen Kasner

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Stephen Kasner is a Cleveland based Artist known for creating ominous yet hauntingly beautiful paintings. Kasner has created a dark visual language to define his atmosphere and subjects - guiding the viewer ever deeper into his work. Birds, snakes, and masks frequent the artist's focus, which seems to lurk under the surface of each work.

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