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Make It Big, Make It Red, Put A Crown On It

Make It Big, Make It Red, Put A Crown On It
Image courtesy of Julia Biasi

art:i:curate artist Julia Biasi is exhibiting in Make It Big, Make It Red, Put A Crown On It at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery in NYC. 

 

On view now until August 31, 2014. 

 

 

At one time, cochineal red pigment was as good as gold and one could make a living trading in its dyes. From red-light districts to French nobility, Indian weddings to Catholic insignia, the color has continued to serve one bold statement to the next – sometimes seductive, sometimes terrifying, but never an accident. Presenting an almost entirely red collection of works, Make It Big, Make It Red, Put A Crown On It creates an experience where the viewer cannot but confront the internal stirring of something primal. Other exhibiting artists include Doo-Jin Ahn, Jasmin Charles, Christian Dore, Barnaby Furnas, Peter Kappa, Brian Leo, Greg Haberny, Andrew Smenos. 

 

Julia Biasi provides an intimate art installation that transforms the bathroom of the gallery into an immersive experience, which will be up for the duration of the show.

 

CHARGAUX, the vibrant violin and viola duo featuring the gallery's new roster artist Jasmin Charles and the fiercely talented Margaux Whitney, will perform their original orchestral and electronic compositions which are inseparable from Charles’s paintings.

 

 

Julia Biasi's work is also currently on display as part of Curated by NoLIta, New York until August 24th, 2014. 

 

Julia Biasi currently lives and works in New York. See more artworks by the artist Julia Biasi. 

 



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