Opening Night: “The 13th Hour” at Last Rites Gallery

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Redd Walitzki with her painting

Last Rites Gallery in New York recently opened its sixth annual exhibition, “The 13th Hour,” a huge group show that celebrates everything that viewers have come to love about Last Rites. Owner and founder Paul Booth is known for his penchant for art that makes the flesh crawl, and “The 13th Hour,” which, not coincidentally, opened the weekend before Halloween, does dark surrealism with finely-tuned subtlety. The show features a wide range of works that range from Pop-y to macabre, with artists like Tom Bagshaw, Chris Mars, David Stoupakis, Redd Walitzki and Yosuke Ueno. The show will be on view through December 7. Take a look at some opening night photos from “The 13th Hour” courtesy of Paola Duran.

Red Walitzki, Queen Bee

Left to right: Exhibiting artists – Eli Livingston, David Stoupakis, Jim McKenzie, Paul Booth (owner), JL Schnabel, Paul Romano, John Cebollero, Matt Rota, Buddy Nestor, Jeremy Hush, Redd Waltzki, Erica Berkowitz (Director), David Richardson, Carl Grace and Vincent Xeus.

Jasmine Worth, Lenora

David Stoupakis with his painting

David Stoupakis, Oracle

Exhibiting artists Jeremy Hush, Buddy Nestor, JL Schnabel and Paul Romano

Yosuke Ueno, Sympathy for the Devil

Vincent Xeus with his work

Tin, Damaged

Exhibiting artist Ryan Matthew Cohn and a friend

Chris Mars

Tom Bagshaw

Aileen X Dark and David Richardson with his sculptures

Jeremy Hush with his work

Jeremy Hush, Perhaps She’ll Die

Jim McKenzie with his work

Jim McKenzie, Bone Appetit

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