I have pieces in four group shows this summer (three in Brooklyn and one in DC). Stop by if you're in town!
165 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY (in Gowanus)
June 14 - July 13
75 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY (at Flatbush Ave)
June 1 - 24
“RE: The Social Policing of Gender and the Criminalization of Queerness”
Amos Eno Gallery
56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY (in Bushwick)
July 11 - 27
“Flesh and Bone”
IA&A at Hillyer
9 Hillyer Ct NW, Washington, DC (in DuPont)
July 5 - 28
"Big Girl Stretch" is an exhibition of artist David Andersson's colorful acrylic portraits. His first solo exhibition, the show is organized around portraits of varying sizes that depict friends and family in intimate, expressive moments. His pieces often take the subject out of their original context, and exaggerate and warp their color profile, working ultimately to create a vibrant image that captures some element of truth about that person.
Facebook event page: www.facebook.com/events/216883268892991/
Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center: www.lgbtqcenter.org/news/big-girl-stretch/
Check out my six "Scream Party" portraits at the LIC Arts Open Gallery in Long Island City, NY. On view until March 30. Click here for details.
My wonderful friend Abby interviewed me for A Hundred Eleven magazine. Click here to read our musings on why people do weird things like paint portraits and anthropomorphize Christmas trees.
Some of my little creatures are featured in the "Queer Spaces" issue of cahoodaloodaling literary magazine. And my little yellow dude is on the cover! Click here to access the issue online.