Dark Water – Group Show / Copro Gallery / Nov 12 – Dec 3

Copro Gallery presents DARK WATER, a group art exhibition curated by Martin Wittfooth. On view Nov 12 – Dec 13th. Opening reception, Nov 12th at 8pm.


Symphony, Martin Wittfooth

I am personal enthralled with this new group show curated by one of my favorite artists, Martin Wittfooth. He brought together 29 internationally renowned painters, and asked them to explore a theme that yielded a wide range of personal perspectives, as well as widely understood, universal stories.


Mermaid, Dave Cooper

The complexity of this show’s curation, both in the high-level of artistry and thought provoking range of interpretations is not surprise. Wittfooth’s own work is a blend of lush, post-apocolyptic scenery deftly woven with a blend of bleak yet hopeful symbolism. To read more about this staggeringly talented artist & curator, please visit my previous feature of his work.


Ghosts, Caitlin Hacket

Copro Gallery Notes:

Historically in art and literature, the imagery of dark water has made a symbolic allusion to… the murky depths of the subconscious or the raging seas of our more turbulent moods. Alternatively, in our modern age the imagery of dark water can also provoke a reflection on such topics as environmental imbalance and a global dependency on – the dark waters of industry.


Winter Cabin, Aron Wiesenfeld

Copro Gallery
2525 Michigan Avenue (Bergamot Art Complex)
Santa Monica, CA

OPENING RECEPTION
Saturday, November 12th, 8pm – 11:30pm.
Open to the public

A review of this show can be read in Hi-Fructose.

Descent, Josh Keyes


Oracle, John Brophy

Participating artists include:

Marshall Arisman
Steven Assael
John Brophy
Dave Cooper
Phil Hale
Caitlin Hackett
Andrew Hem
Kenichi Hoshine
Charlie Immer
Josh Keyes
Brad Kunkle
Jean Labourdette
Jeremy Lipking
Adam Miller
Alyssa Monks
Christian Rex Van Minnen
Jenny Morgan
Billy Norrby
Alexandra Pacula
Mu Pan
Matt Rota
Jean-Pierre Roy
Ben Smith
Nicola Verlato
Eric White
Aron Wiesenfeld
Elizabeth Winnel
Jason Yarmosky
Martin Wittfooth


Urge Ourselves Under, Phile Hale

If you are lucky enough to be in L.A. I hope you will stop by this exquisitely curated show.