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Preview: “Allegorical Quarter” Group Show at Cotton Candy Machine

On September 13, Cotton Candy Machine in Brooklyn will open a group show, "Allegorical Quarter," featuring four artists with a penchant for narrative: Jeremy Hush, Michael Michael Motorcycle, Dilek Baykara and Paul Romano. While Michael Michael Motorcycle and Paul Romano's works pulse with vivid colors and textures, Jeremy Hush opts for a more subdued palate in his haunting mixed-media works and Dilek Baykara creates an ambiance of 1930s-tinged mysticism with pen-and-ink. Take a look at a sneak peek of "Allegorical Quarter" below and see the exhibition September 13 through October 6. See more after the jump.

On September 13, Cotton Candy Machine in Brooklyn will open a group show, “Allegorical Quarter,” featuring four artists with a penchant for narrative: Jeremy Hush, Michael Michael Motorcycle, Dilek Baykara and Paul Romano. While Michael Michael Motorcycle and Paul Romano’s works pulse with vivid colors and textures, Jeremy Hush opts for a more subdued palate in his haunting mixed-media works and Dilek Baykara creates an ambiance of 1930s-tinged mysticism with pen-and-ink. Take a look at a sneak peek of “Allegorical Quarter” below and see the exhibition September 13 through October 6.

Jeremy Hush:

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