New York City’s Padre Gallery is currently hosting a unique exhibition worthy of your time and attention. Entitled “Dream Makers,” the group exhibition features figurative works by six international artists. The presentation includes works from Zurab Tsereteli. Adriana Oliver, Edgar Plans, Ana Barriga, Baldur Helgason, and Jeff McCreight, akaRu8icon.
The collection features a variety of styles and compositions, offering a unique way to lift spirits during these uncertain times we live in. The gallery released a statement regarding the exhibition. It reads: “In times when not only dreams get brutally shattered by the harsh reality around us, but the most common, everyday norms are completely out of the picture, the world seems to be needing dreamers more than ever before. With this in mind.”
The statement goes on to say, “Whether creating their own, unique universes, reinventing the existing imagery, or using the reality as an endless source of inspiration from which new perspectives are built, the Dream Makers certainly have the ability to lift us above the everyday gloom and point towards brighter and pleasing sights.”
The eye-catching exhibition includes an intriguing painting by Edgar Plans, offering playful imagery and doodle-like visuals. Elsewhere Madrid-based artist Ana Barriga uses existing objects from ceramic flea markets. The unique collection of work will be on view by appointment only, through September 5th.
Take a closer look at the “Dream Makers” exhibition in the images below and find more from the Padre Gallery. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for much more from the art department coming very soon.
Photos via Padre Gallery