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Ray Caesar, “The Trouble With Angels” Featured in Beautiful Bizarre
Master digital artist Ray Caesar‘s solo exhibition, ‘The Trouble With Angels’ opens in Rome on the 14th of February at 7:00 pm for the public reception at the Dorthy Circus Gallery, with Ray in attendance! This will be followed on February 15 by a museum show at the Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana, Turin.
The work from Ray’s exhibition is featured in the soon to be released March issue of beautiful.bizarre magazine, so we have kindly been given a sneak peek at the pieces he will be showing in Italy next week. Below we share some of these with you.
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Ray Caesar Solo Show & Museum
Ray Caesar of Gallery House presents “The Trouble with Angels” alongside Canadian darling Anita Kunz “ The Bestiary”. Both shows are scheduled to open February 14, 2014 at 7:00 pm for the public reception at the Dorothy Circus Gallery Rome, Italy with both artists in attendance. This will be followed by February 15, 2014 an institutional show at the Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana, Turin Italy featuring Ray Caesar.
Ray Caesar works are known for being a reflection of his subconscious mind and path to self-discovery. The viewer of his work is often left to their own devices to discover a hidden clock, scissor or skeleton within other strange things. The Trouble with Angels continue on this theme, disclosing in a dream like manner the past by reflecting on the passage of time. For example, The Forgotten is a place where our memories live and may lie dormant for years but as Ray expalins “it still exists, even though it is no longer acknowledged…a certain smell, a sight of a grin with decaying teeth, or a note played on a piano can suddenly find that place in each of us, like a key unlocking the door”.
Ray is widely coveted and he is considered the grandfather of digital art having been collected by museums world wide including Bristol museum; board of Trustee selection of the MOMA, Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
January 20, 2014
By Belinda Chun
Ray Caesar & Anita Kunz in Time Magazine
Check Out the World’s Best Collection of Cat Art. Ray Caesar, Anita Kunz, along side Tracey Emin and other top artists contribute to Cat Art Show in Los Angeles
An upcoming exhibit of cat-inspired art in Los Angeles is the latest opportunity for people who generally browse online cat photos and videos by themselves to appreciate them with other fans IRL (in real life).
“Cat Art Show” — a free event that runs from Jan. 25 to Feb. 2 at the gallery 101/exhibit on Santa Monica Boulevard — is expected to feature a little over 100 works for sale by 78 artists and donate some of the proceeds to the Stray Cat Alliance of Los Angeles.
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Colin Christian & Ray Caesar in #NSFW: BODIES presented by Vered Gallery
Vered Gallery is pleased to present #NSFW: BODIES, a group exhibition featuring figural works by both renown Modern Masters and Contemporary artists, established as well as emerging. NSFW, the internet acronym for “Not Safe For Work” playfully eludes to Vered’s Contemporary spin on traditional nudes and portraiture, subject matter commonly not considered appropriate for public viewing. Included in this exhibition are paintings, photographs and sculptures by Milton Avery, Willem de Kooning, David Hockney, Steven Klein, Eric Fischl, Larry Rivers, Man Ray, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ray Caesar, Colin Christian, Michael Dweck, William King, Adam Handler, Adam Miller, Ashley Maxwell, Tyler Pilote, Peter Buchman and Jessica Lichtenstein among others.
Exhibition runs February 15 – March 10, 2014
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Cat Art Show – Los Angeles, USA
Gallery House selected artists include Anita Kunz and Ray Caesar along side Tracey Emin, Shepard Fairey and Jonathan Yeo as part of the Cat Art Show. On Saturday, January 25th, 2014, Cat Art Show will debut with over 50 globally recognized artists. This exhibition is both a meditation and a celebration of the feline form–beyond heralding felines as domesticated companion, and instead explores their role as muse and inspiration.
Cat Art Show Los Angeles will be the largest exhibition of cat inspired artwork for sale ever exhibited. Partners include 101/Exhibit, PicMonkey, and The Walker Arts Center’s Internet Cat Video Festival, who will provide the video portion of the exhibition, showcasing cat video vignettes from this year’s fest as well as teasing what’s in store for 2014. All artwork will be for sale, and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Stray Cat Alliance of Los Angeles.
Cat Art Show Los Angeles is the inaugural show by journalist Susan Michals, who has written for many publications including The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Huffington Post and GalleristNY.
Unified in subject matter, this group exhibition features the interpretations of cats by artists Alan Aldridge, Anita Kunz, Antony Micallef, Bovey Lee, Brandon Boyd, Britt Ehringer, Buff Monster, Christian Guémy (C215), Charlotte Dumas, Christian Furr, Clayton Brothers, Dana Veraldi, Daniel Maidman, FAILE, Frank Stefanko, Gary Baseman, Guy Denning, Heather Mattoon, HUSH, Ingrid Allen, Jamie Fales, Jenny Parks, Jonathan Gent, Jonathan Yeo, Joshua Petker, JOW, Justin Bower, Justin Mortimer, Katherine Streeter, Kathleen Melian, Ken Solomon, Kevin Earl Taylor, Kimberly Brooks, Larissa Bates, Lisa Borgnes Giramonti, Liz Markus, Luke Chueh, Ly Quan, Marc Dennis, Marion Peck, Martin Eder, Mattia Biagi, Melinda Lerner, Mercedes Helnwein, Misako Inaoka, Michael Wolf, Natalia Fabia, Nicholas Chistiakov, Nicholas Bowers, Noel Fielding, Paul Sahre, Rachel Schlueter, Ray Caesar, Rebecca Urias, Rob Reger, Robert Standish, Ryan Metke, Sage Vaughn, Scott Stulen, Steve Schapiro, Tim Biskup, Tracey Emin, Vera Iliatova.
December 13, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Cat Art Show LA Announced
On Saturday, January 25th, 2014, CAT ART SHOW LOS ANGELES will debut with over 50 globally recognized artists, including Tracey Emin, Shepard Fairey, Jonathan Yeo, Ray Caesar, and Anita Kunz.
CAT ART SHOW LOS ANGELES is both a meditation and a celebration of the feline form. This exhibition goes beyond heralding felines as domesticated companion, and instead explores their role as muse and inspiration. Aloof one moment and adoring the next, their behavior alone is a constant source of artistic fodder destined for reinterpretation. Then there is their adroit physicality; be it lounging languorously across our still unread newspaper, or their instinctive predatory sensibilities.
November 8, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Cats, the Crips Take Over the L.A. Art Scene
Black book covers one of Los Angeles largest art shows ever to hit the scene. Proof that the felines-in-art trend has more than nine lives: “The Cat Art Show,” coming to Los Angeles in late January, which showcases the work of dozens of artists, from Shepard Fairey to Tracey Emin, Ray Caesar and Anita Kunz. (Some of the profit from the selling exhibition will benefit the city’s Stray Cat Alliance.)
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October 17, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Truth, Light & Matter – Oct 3rd Annual Exhibit in Toronto Canada
Our Annual exhibition opened on October 3, 2013 and continues until November 23, 2013 with hours and appointments listed under the Contact section. It’s been an incredible year –at Gallery House we are currently unlike other existing entities in the art world. We only cater to senior and high end established artists to help grow and foster their work.
Sometimes I feel as if the concept is so new it is difficult to clearly understand what this actually means. We are different because we ensure constant prominence and exhibition is taking place internationally as Gallery House deliberately partners with commercial galleries, institutions and special projects to exhibit the artists works. We manage all the nitty gritty details from strategic planning, communication, negotiation, media/reproduction, contracts, appraisal, insurance, shipping, coordination from concept to exhibition to collection of funds and return. Together with the artists we handle their inventory distribution and ensure rotation of the works of art. As such, the artist is alleviated from the above and can focus on creating their best works.
The venture was formed after working in the fine art world for over 12 years in institutions, as a consultant, commercial galleries and art fairs. Fine arts is a passion of mine and Gallery House over the few years has garnered attention from some of the top institutions including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, US and Bristol Arts Museum, England and numerous partnered galleries in over 8 countries and growing.
Gallery House means we value our artists and our passion inspries us to bring you the best work while insuring the integrity of the artists rights are intact.
Thank you for believing and supporting us.
Above, Brian Richer newest work Marble and Fluorescent Tube limited edition of 10.
A viewer inspecting the much coveted Gottfried Helnwein–Murmur of Innocent 31.
Some attendees having an early evening viewing.
The grand opening night in full swing.
Ray Caesars’ newest works –he’s produced the most amount of one of a kinds in the last several years for this particular exhibit.
A viewer enjoying Joe Fentons’ work and Duggan’s Brewery beer.
Above, Anita Kunz large head of installation–to be acquired in a grouping of 1, 3, 5…
Talented David Cain shot a short clip on the beginnings and inspiration of Gallery House–viewers listen and watch the projector provided by Fresh Air Cinema. To view the full video by David Cain click here.
Ray Caesar Interviewed by M-U-S-E-U-M.org
Ray Caesar of Gallery House featured in the online magazine m-u-s-e-u-m.org Discover what Ray’s first job was at the age of 8, what he treasures, and his bad habits are by clicking here.
Ray Caesar – Language of the Human Mind & Why Broccoli is Important
Ray Caesar, Tea with Me & He 40 x 30″
Ray Caesar of Gallery House has a new and full interview at 144D blog site –find out what inspires Ray, his philosophy on life and why broccoli is important! Click here.
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