Lindsay Jesus Graces the Flatiron District

Luis Alves Collage Poverty of Attention (Pink) 16x20
Luis Alves Collage Poverty of Attention (Pink) 16x20
Luis Alves Collage Lindsay Jesus 24x36
Luis Alves Collage Lindsay Jesus 24x36
Luis Alves Collage Poverty of Attention (Yellow) 16x20
Luis Alves Collage Poverty of Attention (Yellow) 16x20

The group exhibition “4 + Elements” at the historic Prince George Gallery in the Flatiron District has its patron saint. As soon as you walk in, you will be met with the somber black but luxurious brilliant collage of Lindsay Jesus created by artist, Luis Alves.

His series titled “Livin’ La Vida LOHAN” features a range of works with tabloid fixture Lindsay Lohan as the main protagonist, among the works on displaywill be: YESTERDAY’S GONE (16×20), POVERTY OF ATTENTION (16X20) and the New York debut of LINDSAY JESUS (24×36). Originals as well as reproductions will be available.  
“Lindsay has an incredible emotional and physical presence on screen that holds an
existential vulnerability, while harnessing the power of the transcendental—the moment
in transition. She is able to connect with us past all of our memory & projection, expressing
 our own inner eminence.” Richard Phillips on Lindsay Lohan (2011)

Exhibition Dates: November 8 – December 1, 2011 @ The Prince George Gallery. 15 East 27th Street. New York, NY.

Oscar A. Laluyan
Independent Curator & Art Dealer
201-616-1605

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