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On View: “The 13th Hour” Group Show at Last Rites Gallery

A New York City art space with a penchant for the macabre, Last Rites Gallery currently has its annual group show, "The 13th Hour," on view just in time for Halloween. The show features artists who have come to be associated with Last Rites — Dan Quintana, Naoto Hattori, David Stoupakis, menton3, Paul Booth — as well as many unexpected participants like Hannah Yata, Nicomi Nix Turner, Brin Levinson and Jean Labourdette. However, these are just a few examples of the show's wide-ranging roster. Take a look at some highlights from the exhibition below and check out the show through November 15.


Hannah Yata

A New York City art space with a penchant for the macabre, Last Rites Gallery currently has its annual group show, “The 13th Hour,” on view just in time for Halloween. The show features artists who have come to be associated with Last Rites — Dan Quintana, Naoto Hattori, David Stoupakis, menton3, Paul Booth — as well as many unexpected participants like Hannah Yata, Nicomi Nix Turner, Brin Levinson and Jean Labourdette. However, these are just a few examples of the show’s wide-ranging roster. Take a look at some highlights from the exhibition below and check out the show through November 15.


Sarah Joncas


Jean Labourdette


Dan Quintana


Nicomi Nix Turner


menton3


David Stoupakis


Brin Levinson


Jessica Joslin


Jeremy Hush


Fay Helfner


Daniel Williams


John Cebollero


Paul Booth


Tom Bagshaw

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