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The Art of Jennifer Delilah

NYC artist Jennifer Delilah, whose work we first encounteredat the Annual Invitational group show at Jonathan LeVine gallery here, isfilled with curious inclusions of hybrid creatures, often composed of half birdand half human figures interacting with one another in unexpected ways. Thesestrange creatures are often placed within highly detailed, hive- like settings,or within paired down scenarios, focusing the viewer on the tantalizing actionsof the figures. Often featuring sublime inclusions such as bondage, the imageryis balanced by the opulence of the historically grand settings. View more ofthe work after the jump.

NYC artist Jennifer Delilah, whose work we first encountered at the Annual Invitational group show at Jonathan LeVine gallery here, is filled with curious inclusions of hybrid creatures, often composed of half bird and half human figures interacting with one another in unexpected ways. These strange creatures are often placed within highly detailed, hive- like settings, or within paired down scenarios, focusing the viewer on the tantalizing actions of the figures. Often featuring sublime inclusions such as bondage, the imagery is balanced by the opulence of the historically grand settings. View more of the work below.

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