New Mark Dean Veca Installation Part of ‘Turn the Page’ at Crocker Art Museum

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Mark Dean Veca, one of the featured artists in “Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose,” created a new installation for the exhibition’s final stop at Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. The absorbing, surreal “Maddest Hatter” greets visitors straight out of the elevator at the museum. In an Instagram video, the artist guides viewers through the completed installation:

A video from wrap installer Justin Pate offers a different view. The artist also gives credit to King of Wraps (who snapped the top image on this page), Avery Dennison Graphics, Mutoh America, and Car Wrap City in helping to pull off “Maddest Hatter.”

Veca’s 30-year career has seen the artist experiment in murals, painting, drawing, sculptures, installations, and much more. His work has been called “sinister pop,” “psychedelic,” and portraying “surreal cartoons.”

List of notable events:
June 11th:
Public Viewing of “Turn the Page”
June 23rd: Members and Artist Reception (6:30 p.m.– 9 p.m., with remarks at 6:45 p.m. Enjoy priority viewing of the Full Spectrum exhibition, docent-led spotlight talks for Hi-Fructose, and more.)
July 13th: Sugar Rush Art Mix Event
July 15th: Hi-Fructose Founders in Conversation

The exhibition runs through Sept. 17.

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