‘Conjoined Vs. Grotesque’ Group Show Celebrates the Monstrous

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Samuel Araya

Artist Chet Zar and collector-author Jeremy Wagner have co-curated “Conjoined Vs. Grotesque,” a group show celebrating “the Denizens of the Dark.” The show arrives Jan. 19 at Copro Gallery and runs through Feb. 16. Artists on the roster include Zar himself (who was last featured on HiFructose.com here), Kazuhiro Tsuji, Jay Weinberg, Shane Pierce, Louie Becker, Matt Dangler, Gene Ambo, Claudio Bergamin, Max Verehin, Vincent Villafranca, Dan Harms, Mark Rudolph, Miroslav Petro, Zack Dunn, Dominic Holmes, Carin Hazmat, Magnus Gjoen, Ronald Gonzalez, Bob Tyrrell, Rob Smits, Kevin Estrada, Wes Benscoter, Ed Repka, Dan Seagrave, Andreas Marschall, Scott Musgrove, Ryan Matthew Cohn, and others.

Wes Benscoter

Ryan Matthew Cohn

Dan Seagrave

Chris Mars

Jay Weinberg

“Rock and Roll Art, Gigantic oil paintings, Bizarre & Hyperreal Sculptures, Lifelike & Lifesized models, Surreal assemblages, mixed media paintings, Twisted Art Toys and other Conjoined work will all be featured,” the gallery says. “Many of the artists in the exhibit are from the Dark Contemporary Art Movement as well as Motion Picture and Music Industry artists, Special F/X technicians and others from all walks of life exhibiting their Top Notch #1 craft for this special jointly curated exhibition.”

See more works from the show below.

Tokyo Jesus

Carin A Hazmat


Maxim Verehin

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