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Preview: “Direct Address” Group Show at Joshua Liner Gallery

New York City's's Joshua Liner Gallery is celebrating their move to a new location with their group show, "Direct Address," opening on March 21. The extensive show features work from many artists we've featured in past print issues, such as Vol. 17 cover artist Oliver Vernon, Clayton Brothers (HF Vol. 19), Tiffany Bozic (Vol. 25), Tomokazu Matsuyama (HF Vol. 24) and more. Dynamic, color-saturated forms explode from the works of Oliver Vernon and Tomokazu Matsuyama. Meanwhile, Jean-Pierre Roy (HF Vol. 18) offers a more structured, figurative approach, though in a similarly psychedelic vein. Tiffany Bozic and Swoon commune with nature, though in drastically different styles, and Kris Kuksi (HF Vol. 19) astounds with his baroque assemblages. Check out our preview of the show after the jump!

Oliver Vernon

New York City’s’s Joshua Liner Gallery is celebrating their move to a new location with their group show, “Direct Address,” opening on March 21. The extensive show features work from many artists we’ve featured in past print issues, such as Vol. 17 cover artist Oliver Vernon, Clayton Brothers (HF Vol. 19), Tiffany Bozic (Vol. 25), Tomokazu Matsuyama (HF Vol. 24) and more. Dynamic, color-saturated forms explode from the works of Oliver Vernon and Tomokazu Matsuyama. Meanwhile, Jean-Pierre Roy (HF Vol. 18) offers a more structured, figurative approach, though in a similarly psychedelic vein. Tiffany Bozic and Swoon commune with nature, though in drastically different styles, and Kris Kuksi (HF Vol. 19) astounds with his baroque assemblages.

“Direct Address” runs March 21- April 21. The complete line-up includes: Alfred Steiner, Clayton Brothers (HF Vol. 19), Cleon Peterson, Dave Kinsey (HF Vol. 13), David Ellis, Evan Hecox, Greg Lamarche, Ian Francis, Jean-Pierre Roy (HF Vol.18), Kris Kuksi (HF Vol. 19), Oliver Vernon (HF Vol. 17 cover artist), Pema Rinzin, Richard Colman, Riusuke Fukahori, Shawn Barber, Stephen Powers, SWOON, Tiffany Bozic (HF Vol. 25), Tomokazu Matsuyama (HF Vol. 24) and Tony Curanaj. Take a look at our preview of the show below.

Jean-Pierre Roy

Steve Powers

Tomokazu Matsuyama

Tiffany Bozzic

SWOON

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