Dorothy Circus Opens British Branch With Anniversary Show

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Ray Caesar

As part of the grand opening of Dorothy Circus Gallery‘s British branch in London, the gallery offers “Pages from Mind Traveller’s Diaries.” The group show marks the Italian gallery’s 10th anniversary, with contributions from Kazuki Takamatsu, Joe Sorren, Marion Peck, Ray Caesar, Travis Louie, and Camille Rose Garcia. These artists have also appeared in the pages of Hi-Fructose Magazine and the exhibit “Turn the Page: The First 10 Years of Hi-Fructose.”

Travis Louie

Mark Ryden

Kazuki Takamatsu

“Those are popular names of Pop Surreal characters already on the scene from a very long time; that is why Dorothy Circus decided to call them to introduce the Pop Surreal rooted culture on the English ground,” a statement says. “Those great artists’ extravagant production, made of all the possible artistic mediums and personal styles, going from the digital highly detailed images to a more painterly approach of the brushes on canvas, will be a guide for the visitor to start exploring the intricate realms of this art. After the long-awaited event, they will keep on working with DCG as icons, for a brilliant course of solo exhibitions, one per each artist that will start with the coming of 2018, in Rome.”

Marion Peck

Joe Sorren

Camille Rose Garcia

The public opening arrives on Oct. 13. Later on this fall, a second 10th anniversary exhibition will hit the Rome location, with a broader selection of artists, including Adam Wallacavage, Alessia Iannetti, Gary Baseman, Kwon Kyung-yup, Clementine de Chabaneix, and others.

Ray Caesar

Travis Louie

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