‘nar·ra·tive : the practice or art of telling stories’ to Open at Philippe Labaune Gallery in Chelsea

 

 

Mathieu Bablet, Tribute to Moebius, 2022, China ink and watercolor, 19 x 15 inches. Image courtesy of the gallery.

Philippe Labaune Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition “nar·ra·tive”, an exhibition of illustrations and strips created by twelve artists from Asia, Europe, and the United States.

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Steve Marcus: Top Dog of Kosher Pop Art opens at Museum at Eldridge Street in May, 2022

 

 

 

Steve Marcus, Little Nathan’s Dream. Image courtesy of the Museum and the Gallery.

In a new exhibition at the Museum at Eldridge Street, New York City artist Steve Marcus takes viewers on a journey into the cartoon world of kosher folk art through a series of new artworks inspired by one of the many great Jewish contributions to American culture: the hot dog. Linking his quirky sense of humor with a passion for his own roots and culture, Marcus’s hand-drawn works on paper answer to a higher authority. Let’s be frank: Marcus has once again created art that viewers of all ages can relish. Steve Marcus: Top Dog of Kosher Pop Art opens at the Museum at Eldridge Street on Thursday, May 12 and runs through November 6, 2022.

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Nicolas de Crécy : Ruthless Portrait to Open at Philippe Labaune Gallery

 

 

 

Café de Paris, 2001, Charcoal and crayon on paper, 15.5 x 20.75 inches. Image courtesy of the gallery.

Philippe Labaune Gallery will open its doors to Ruthless Portrait, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by French artist Nicolas de Crécy. The Paris based artist offers, through his various portraits, his singular vision of human beauty removed from the common standards of advertising aesthetics. These are the faces of the street that no one would notice, faces without apparent beauty, sometimes damaged by life, often hollowed out by age, sublime or sad, yet always mesmerizing once interpreted by Crécy. Opening April 28th.

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Colomba ~ Meurisse ~ Modan: 3 Continents to Open at Philippe Labaune in March, 2022

 

 

 

From L-R: Elizabeth Colomba-New York; Catherine Meurisse-Paris; Rutu Modan-Tel Aviv

From March 3rd to April 16th, 2022, Philippe Labaune gallery will devote itself to three international artists who bear witness to their culture through their storytelling with drawings. Elizabeth Colomba, Catherine Meurisse and Rutu Modan combine the elegance of the line, the strength of the words, and the singularity of their personality to inscribe their works in the great library of the memory of humanity that the graphic novel occupies today.

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Get Ready for the 10th Annual Black Comic Book Festival ~ a Virtual Event

 

 

 

Celebrating the rich tradition of Black comics, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture opens its virtual doors to the 10th Annual Black Comic Book Festival January 13-15th.

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Tanino Liberatore: Poetry Interrupted! at Philippe Labaune Gallery in October

 

 

 

Images (L-R) Tanino Liberatore, Les Fleurs Du Mal, Les Phares, 2015; Charcoal on paper, 45.28 x 55.12 inches ~ Tanino Liberatore, Ranx Regeneration, 2017; Acrylic on canvas, 32.28 x 22.44 inches. Images courtesy of the Gallery

Philippe Labaune Gallery will open its doors to Poetry Iinterrupted! ~ an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Italian artist Tanino Liberatore. On view will be paintings the artist created highlighting his infamous 1980s Italian comic series’ protagonist, Ranxerox, a hyper-masculine cyborg anti-hero that shook the world of comics with themes of sex, drugs, anarchy, and violence. Accompanying Liberatore’s paintings will be a selection of works created by international artists paying homage to the iconic comic books series. Artists include Paul Pope, Jonathan Barravechia, Victor Kalvachev, Oliver Valtine, among others. Also on view will be a selection of eleven large-scale drawings Liberatore made in response to Les Fleurs du Mal (The Flowers of Evil), a collection of poems written by 19th century French poet, Charles Baudelaire. Poetry Interrupted! will be on view October 7 ~ November 13, 2021, with an opening reception on Thursday, October 7th from 11am to 9pm.

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Dave McKean: Black Dog Opening at Philippe Labaune Gallery in July

 

 

 

Image courtesy of Dave McKean and Philippe Labaune Gallery, 2021

Philippe Labaune Gallery will open its doors to Black Dog, an exhibition of drawings by British artist Dave McKean from his 2016 graphic novel Black Dog: The Dreams of Paul Nash. McKean, a multidisciplinary artist whose work spans illustration, photography, film, and music, utilizes this multifaceted approach to form a dream-like psychological portrait of British landscape and wartime artist Paul Nash.

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