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Group Exhibition - Everything's Cool And Nothing Sucks




13 Feb 2015 to 07 Mar 2015



New Image Art presents “Everything’s Cool and Nothing Sucks.” The show features new works by Luke Pelletier, Kristen Liu-Wong, and John F. Malta.

About Luke Pelletier:

The driving forces behind Luke Pelletier’s work are the dualities and contradictions between his ideals and desires. His art is filled with dark humor and scenes of paradise that are simultaneously pristine and decaying. Through print editions and multiplicity, his work utilizes repetition to create a seemingly never-ending output of imagery. The work weaves through personal anecdotes, ambitions, and the world around him. By omitting information and blurring the intersections of separate ideas, He creates fragmented and scattered observations that can be rearranged to create different meanings.

About Kristen Liu-Wong:

Born in San Francisco and living in Brooklyn, Kristen Liu-Wong graduated with a BFA from Pratt Institute in 2013 where she studied Illustration. She is inspired not only by her own observations of contemporary urban life and interests in classic literature and folk tales, but by the properties of the supplies which she uses. Rather than focusing upon the meaning or theme of a work as she creates it, Kristen focuses upon the aesthetic effect of her art in order to bring her own visions before the eyes of her viewers. Strong, clean lines and vibrant colors as well as an emphasis on tight composition, resulting in art that transforms the space, which it adorns, mark each piece.

About John F. Malta:

John F. Malta is a painter and illustrator based in Kansas City, Missouri. Malta’s paintings explore a perpetually evolving narrative inspired by his teenage years traversing through the Northeast Ohio punk scene, wading through murky creeks, and skateboarding till he could no longer see the road in front of him. His most recent work is cluttered with artifacts from a life spent raising reptiles, reading comics, and exploring the great american plains with his pitbull Hanz. John’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, VICE, The Village Voice, and Surfing Magazine.