Thursday, September 9, 2010

Graphite on paper

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Monday, January 11, 2010

Exhibition 4.01162010

Exhibition 4.01162010 @ MVSEVM

Exhibition 4.01162010

Karen Archey
Chris Bradley
Brian Dongarra
Dominic Paul Moore

Montgomery Perry Smith
David Shafer

+ listenings from recorded Japanese fluxus
compositions by Toshi Ichiyanagi & Kuniharu Akiyama

Chicago, IL (January 05, 2009) – six artists inevitably converge, accidentally collaborate, & inadvertently
compete for viewers attention in this noisy & drolly dysfunctional exhibition. An experiment in obtrusiveness,

Exhibition 4.01162010 compiles works in a variety of mediums, ranging from a kinetic garage door to
monochromatic graphite drawings to form a frenetic assault of size, sound, color and movement, both actual
and implied.

MVSEVM continues its broad, impressionist curatorial strategy of inviting artists and thinkers whose work
implicitly suggests compatible ideas and methodologies. Artists create work specifically for the unique space of
the exhibition, expanding the square of possibility for chance and experimentation.

Opening reception on Saturday, January 16th from 6:00-10:00pm at MVSEVM, 1626 N California ave. #2
Chicago, IL 60647. Showing until February 7. Gallery hours by appointment.


1626 N. California Ave.
Chicago, Il 60647
(248) 909.3009 MUSEUM1626.COM

Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
"Winners Never Quit" by Dominic Paul Moore

A larger than life graphite on paper depiction of a werewolf mask. Several young boys, hands holding freshly caught fish, are given grotesque, half bald heads. A "magical" Jesus replica that grows when submerged in water. These sentences describe a few of the works that you can expect to encounter in Dominic Paul Moore's exhibition entitled Winners Never Quit.

These seemingly disparate works find common ground in their innately American-esque quality. Specifically, the work gets its inspiration from imagery that defines what it means to be a young boy growing up in mainstream America. Many of the images Moore depicts in this exhibition were culled from Boy Scouts of America's Boy's Life Magazine. In Moore's hands, these purposefully innocent images become seductively bizarre and often suggestive of an underlying menace.

A reception for the artist will be held in the gallery on Friday January 15th, 6-9pm.

Moore will give a gallery talk on Tuesday January 19th from 1:40-3pm in the gallery.

All events are free and open to the public.

January 11th - February 5th 2010
Gallery Talk: Tuesday January 19th, 1:40-3pm
Reception: Friday January 15th, 6-9pm

Friday, December 4, 2009