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An Inside Look! Tyrrell Winston Opens “Family Values” At Stems Gallery

A creative look at suburban America.

The Stems Gallery in Brussels has unveiled a new solo exhibition by Tyrrell Winston. The artist’s latest showcase, entitled “Family Values,” takes an interesting look at suburban America. The artist opens the gate to an orderly lifestyle, which he describes as a “silly little nightmare.” Winston uses discarded materials such as tarps, flattened basketballs, and other items to create elaborate sculptural works.

Once the pandemic struck, Winston had to alter his practice, spending more time in his studio instead of on the search for material to use. He started a series of Punishment Paintings, including athletes/celebrities autographs repeated. Now he returns with “Family Values,” which refers to the tour of the same name from the late ’90s and early 2000s.

The artist described the exhibition, saying, “It somersaults and cartwheels between dreams and nightmares. It is both suburban and metropolitan.” He went on to add, “It’s a full-circle moment for my work, as so much of the work that I have been making is outwardly referential to the city, I’m now going back to my roots per se.”

The exhibition is slated to be on display at the Stems Gallery from September 9th to October 5th. Find out more from Stems Gallery and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more art news, exhibitions, and art drops coming soon.

Photos via Liberty Street Collective

Written by Jesse James

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