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Jeremy Dower’s Canis Mortuus Familiaris

Now on view at Bold Hype Gallery in Chelsea, NYC is Jeremy Dower's 'Canis Mortuus Familiaris'. While we're all familiar with the domestic dog, the canis lupus familiaris, Dower's intriguing digital and pencil works explore the deathly corporeal remains of not just dogs, but the ones that are most familiar to the collective subconscious as his characters bear a passing resemblance to the cartoon dogs of one's childhood. Equally familiar and foreign, cute and creepy, 'Canis Mortuus Familiaris' runs until May 7th.

Now on view at Bold Hype Gallery in Chelsea, NYC is Jeremy Dower’s ‘Canis Mortuus Familiaris’. While we’re all familiar with the domestic dog, the canis lupus familiaris, Dower’s intriguing digital and pencil works explore the deathly corporeal remains of not just dogs, but the ones that are most familiar to the collective subconscious as his characters bear a passing resemblance to the cartoon dogs of one’s childhood. Equally familiar and foreign, cute and creepy, ‘Canis Mortuus Familiaris’ runs until May 7th.

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