Monday, October 1, 2012

Luke Chueh - Moniker Art Fair 2012 Installation



Moniker Art Fair 2012
October 11 - 14
Village Underground
Luke Chueh first UK Appearance
Project Space: Head Spaces

Pop surrealist Luke Chueh will present an all-new collection of paintings that fully demonstrate his unique influences and trademark processes. These collective works form part of his new series ‘Head Spaces’, which features Chueh’s trademark characters in typically playful yet dark scenarios. Chueh will also be presenting his ‘Template Series’, set to be completed throughout the course of Moniker Art Fair. Working from outlines of his much-loved rabbit and bear characters Chueh will create a range of new paintings inspired by his London surroundings, as well as collaborating with Moniker audience members and exhibiting Moniker artists on a number of fresh canvases.

Events:

Introduction to Luke Chueh Monday 8 October / 7pm / Shoreditch House Shea&Ziegler and Moniker Projects in conjunction with Shoreditch House will be hosting an evening with Luke Chueh. In an intimate environment, Chueh will be discussing his artworks including a live demonstration of his template series and signing his new book ‘Bearing the Unbearable.' This is a private event with very limited seating. Contact Tina@Shea-ziegler for availability.

Luke Chueh ‘Bearing the Unbearable’ book signing
Saturday 13 October / 1pm / Direct from Luke Chueh Project Space Chueh will be in attendance to celebrate his UK release of his first monograph, ‘Bearing the Unbearable,’ a compilation of Chueh’s witty paintings, morbid humour and iconic characters.

Luke Chueh ‘Face Paint’ Limited edition screen print release
Saturday 13 October / 3pm / Direct from Jealous Studios workshop
A live handpulled four colour screen print will be released at Moniker Art Fair. Chueh will be hand finishing the edition in person at the fair, making each print a unique collectable.


More information: www.shea-ziegler.com
www.monikerartfair.com
www.lukechueh.com




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