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On View: “Sanguine” Group Show at Elisabeth Weinstock

Independent curators Richard Scarry and Chippy Coates (better known as Coates&Scarry) recently collaborated with LA-based fashion designer Elisabeth Weinstock for a group exhibition that opened November 9, "Sanguine," at Weinstock's eponymous flagship store. Featuring Marco Mazzoni, Deedee Cheriel, Carne Griffiths, Natalie Shau and more, the work in the show varies from edgy and gritty to soft and folkloric. Deedee Cheriel and Marco Mazzoni both channel the connection between femininity and nature in radically different ways, while other participating artists like D*Face opt for a darker aesthetic. Take a look at some images from "Sanguine" after the jump.

Marco Mazzoni

Independent curators Richard Scarry and Chippy Coates (better known as Coates&Scarry) recently collaborated with LA-based fashion designer Elisabeth Weinstock for a group exhibition that opened November 9, “Sanguine,” at Weinstock’s eponymous flagship store. Featuring Marco Mazzoni, Deedee Cheriel, Carne Griffiths, Natalie Shau and more, the work in the show varies from edgy and gritty to soft and folkloric. Deedee Cheriel and Marco Mazzoni both channel the connection between femininity and nature in radically different ways, while other participating artists like D*Face opt for a darker aesthetic. Take a look at some images from “Sanguine” below.

Deedee Cheriel

Carne Griffiths

Natalie Shau

Nigel Cox

D*Face

Pure Evil

Dan Baldwin

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