December 18, 2018

Drake Carr at The Hole

An exhibition by Drake Carr at The Hole, June 28th – August 12th, 2018 showcasing a series of sculptures that look like the abandoned furnishings of a fun house.
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An exhibition by Drake Carr at The Hole, June 28th – August 12th, 2018 showcasing a series of sculptures that look like the abandoned furnishings of a fun house.

“Made-up characters will always be present in my work, but I’m realizing now that painting my friends is important and means more to me.” - Drake Carr

These sculptures are far from a work of fiction. They represent the warped memories of Carr’s life (moving from the midwest to NYC) as well as current political issues (such as a the Flint water crisis).

The back room of The Hole is always a treasure chest of funky art... and Drake's exhibition was no exception.

This was the perfect exhibition for me to have a little fun with my tripod and bluetooth camera remote (below).

Notable Press Around the Exhibition

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Autre Magazine

Check out his Insta - it's quite entertaining

 

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