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Tuesday
Aug 04 2015

Curio: Bad Dads in New York

Alexahere.Each year for the past 5 years,San Francisco-based Spoke Art has held a Wes Anderson-themed art show titled Bad Dads.I would be remiss not to mention that this year marks the first time the show will be held in New York.The gallery described the move as a natural one:

Although Anderson's films take us everywhere from a fictional pre-war Europe to the far reaches of India and even out to sea,New York City is home to one of Anderson's first real successes,The Royal Tenenbaums.His palpable connection to New York is only made stronger by the fact that he resides there as well,and as the exhibition enters its sixth consecutive year,it only makes sense to host it in such an exciting and diverse city.

More info on getting tickets and a preview of some of the work that will be on displayafter the jump

The Grand Budapest Hotel painted on reclaimed books by Daniel Speight

What's wrong with You?by Ivonna Buenrostro


Boy with Mendl's by Mandy Tsung


Margot by Martine Johanna


Jack by Valentin Fischer


Raleigh St.Clair by Christine Aria

Featuring over 70 artists working in a variety of media,the show runs from August 7 to 9 atJoseph Gross Galleryin Chelsea.Tickets are already sold out on the gallery's website.

The opening promises to include many a costumed Wes fan,so if you do manage to score some tickets (some are popping up for sale on the event'sFacebookpage) be sure to bring your Steve Zissou cap.Check out more information onFacebookand on Spoke Art'swebsite.

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