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Preview: “The 13th Hour” Group Show at Last Rites Gallery

It would be reasonable to guess that "The 13th Hour" is the exhibition New York's Last Rites Gallery awaits the other 11 months of the year. The gallery is known for its love of a dark aesthetic that sometimes edges on macabre, and their sixth-annual Halloween season group show showcases a wide variety of talent with an appreciation for all things haunting. Between Chris Mars's exaggerated, mask-like portraits, Tom Bagshaw's blood-thirsty muse and Naoto Hattori's interpretation of a disturbing dream, the show offers a diverse range of aesthetics. "The 13th Hour" opens this Friday, October 26, and will be on view through December 7. Take a look at some of the work in the show after the jump.

It would be reasonable to guess that “The 13th Hour” is the exhibition New York’s Last Rites Gallery awaits the other 11 months of the year. The gallery is known for its love of a dark aesthetic that sometimes edges on macabre, and their sixth-annual Halloween season group show showcases a wide variety of talent with an appreciation for all things haunting. Between Chris Mars’s exaggerated, mask-like portraits, Tom Bagshaw’s blood-thirsty muse and Naoto Hattori’s interpretation of a disturbing dream, the show offers a diverse range of aesthetics. “The 13th Hour” opens this Friday, October 26, and will be on view through December 7. Take a look at some of the work in the show below.

Chris Mars

Tom Bagshaw

Naoto Hattori

Agostino Arrivabene

Buddy Nestor

Michael Ramstead

Matt Rota

Red Walitzki

David Stoupakis

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