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Peripeteia Group Show

Peripeteia, which is a term derived from the language usedin Greek tragedies, meaning a ‘reversal of circumstances,’ is also the title of anew group show that opened last week in New York City at The White Rabbit.Featuring artists who work under the Neo-Grotesque genre, each work of artrepresents a challenging and potentially uncomfortable peek at the beauty ofthe sublime. The stunning works of visionary artists such as Jeremy Hush,Caitlin Hackett, (Vol 17) and Buddy Nestor among others was curated byAnagnorisis and runs throughout the month. More after the jump.

Jeremy Hush

Peripeteia, which is a term derived from the language used in Greek tragedies, meaning a ‘reversal of circumstances,’ is also the title of a new group show that opened last week in New York City at The White Rabbit. Featuring artists who work under the Neo-Grotesque genre, each work of art represents a challenging and potentially uncomfortable peek at the beauty of the sublime. The stunning works of visionary artists such as Jeremy HushCaitlin Hackett, (Vol 17) and Buddy Nestor among others was curated by Anagnorisis and runs throughout the month.

Caitlin Hackett

Molly Bosley

Buddy Nestor

Adam Doyle

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