‘Domestic Horror’ an upcoming group exhibition that will probe the tension between civilized order and chaotic disorder

LOUISE BONNET Interior with pink blanket, 2019 FAD magazine
LOUISE BONNET Interior with pink blanket, 2019 Oil on linen © Louise Bonnet Photo courtesy of the artist and Gagosian

Gagosian is to present Domestic Horror at Park & 75, organized by Bill Powers. The group exhibition will include works by Natalie Ball, Louise Bonnet, Ginny Casey, Genieve Figgis, Ewa Juszkiewicz, Tanya Merrill, Cheikh Ndiaye, Glenn O’Brien with Lucien Smith, Rene Ricard, Pauline Shaw, Vaughn Spann, and Chloe Wise. Here, the word “Domestic” contains a potent double meaning: it is a reminder that in both one’s home life as well as in a larger cultural context and national life, unintended consequences can occur when external pressures meet internalized anxieties. This exhibition, which includes a number of young and emerging artists, probes the tension between civilized order and chaotic disorder.

Domestic Horror Gagosian Park & 75 821 Park Avenue, New York Opening Reception: Thursday, September 5, 6-8pm
September 5-October 19, 2019

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