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Jason Shawn Alexanders {sic} New Paintings and Graphic Works Art Opening Saturday, October 13, 6:30 10PM


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2012

Experience the new body of large-scaled works by Los Angeles based Jason Shawn Alexander, entitled, {sic}, a Latin verb for intentionally written so. Jasons large narrative works on canvas are a thoughtful mix of painterly gesture, emotional exposition and modern deconstruction. {sic}, by Jason Shawn Alexander opens at the new West Hollywood location of 101/exhibit Contemporary Art Gallery located at 8920 Melrose Avenue, CA on Saturday, October 13 at 6:30 10PM and on view November 26, 2012. Please visit http://www.101exhibit.com for additional information. Jason Shawn Alexander micro movie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GUTsgEHsXQ

101/exhibit Contemporary Art Gallery Los Angeles

Introducing a new contemporary space for narrative painters versed in figural and gestural painting. With an integral fine art presence in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, New York and major art fairs in Europe and Art Basel Miami 101/exhibit showcases high-grade contemporary artists. Please visit http://www.101exhibit.com for additional information.

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Sloan Schaffer, dedicated to emerging narrative painters and 101/exhibit founder writes: Jasons work deeply penetrates immediately, directly to the core of integrity; often depicting figurative imagery, wretched in hyper-critical spaces where mind, body and spirit hangs in the balance of existential woe.

Dennis, fine art collector, contributes, You cannot own one of Jason Shawn Alexanders paintings; it owns you. His work is of our time and yet timeless. It has a rawness that can be perceived by all our senses. He takes us to the most inconvenient places and we cannot help but to embrace them while keeping our distance for its presence is a powerful earthquake.

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{sic} or [sic] can be thought of as an editing term meaning, thats really how it appears in the original. More of a statement about things, as they are, and less a form of a question. {sic} Looks to capture deep, human emotion at the vulnerable instant Jasons subjects let their guard down. Jason carefully chooses his protagonists; disseminates, and transfers thoughtful glimpses onto the canvas surface. Thick brush strokes; layered textural elements; and generously applied varnishes methodically reveal intense, psychological dioramas infused with dramatic narrative.

Press Contact Information

Heidi Johnson : Hijinx : Social Media Marketing // 323-204-7246 // heidi@thinkhijinx.com

Acquisition Information

Sloan Schaffer : 101/exhibit Los Angeles // 310-592-7980 // sloan@101exhibit.com







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