Not every gallery follows the air or current of where art should be going. There are the renegades and pioneers of what they do best. They show what they love and do it well. AF came to the West Village last March 12th for The Bruce High Quality Foundation showing electrically charged and textured works for Mother. The three walls had large graffiti looking renditions of Odalisques bordered in neon and a sculpture of a deep sea diver at the middle of the gallery certainly charged up the fancy of art aficionados reviving themselves from fair mania of last week. The rich textures did its job to whet the appetite of the art gorging fans and the vibe simply electric. Really mother, if this is bad for me then why does it look and feel so good?
The Bruce High Quality Foundation: Mother,
March 12, 2015
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday (11 am to 6 pm)
Vito Schnabel. 43 Clarkson Street. NYC, NY 10014
Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan
Photography by: Olya Turcihin