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Last Rites Gallery’s “The 13th Hour” Opening Night

Predominantly focused on dark surrealism, Last Rites Gallery in NYC recently opened their fifth annual group show, "The 13th Hour." With works ranging from elegantly gothic to visceral and grotesque, the show featured a diverse crop of artists. From Handiedan's hauntingly sexy collages to Chris Mars' hell-like dystopias, different visions of darkness were explored, extending the Halloween spirit through the month of November. Take a look at some opening night photos by Paola Duran below.

Artist menton3 and his wife

Predominantly focused on dark surrealism, Last Rites Gallery in NYC recently opened their fifth annual group show, “The 13th Hour.” With works ranging from elegantly gothic to visceral and grotesque, the show featured a diverse crop of artists. From Handiedan’s hauntingly sexy collages to Chris Mars’ hell-like dystopias, different visions of darkness were explored, extending the Halloween spirit through the month of November. Take a look at some opening night photos by Paola Duran below.

menton3

Darwin Enriquez

Last Rites co-founder Paul Booth and artist Jasmine Worth

Zane York

Zane York and Last Rites director Derek Storm

Chris Mars

Guests

Chet Zar

Ewelina Koszykowska, Beau Stanton and a guest

Handiedan

Ewelina Ferruso

Artist Matt Buck and guests

Joe King

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