Surrealism Unbound


The Artists' Gallery proudly presents Surrealism Unbound: a collection of surrealist works by burgeoning artists from around the world. The diversity of the artists has produced an eclectic array of pieces that excite repressed fantasies and examine unconscious thoughts.


The exhibition focuses on artworks reflecting surreal, symbolic and fantastic images and their celebration of love, sensuality, hidden desire, fears, and the subconscious as a source of creativity.

The drawings in the exhibit range from bizarrely juxtaposed, dreamlike images by Allan Linder, reminiscent of Dali, to the chaotic, amorphous subjects in the paintings of Antanas Adomaitis. Alex Brodsky has traditional realistic works, inspired by the classical masters. Rassouli combines the philosophy of the East with artistic technology of the West to create his own style called, 'Fusian Art". These are examples of just a few of the over forty artists featured in Surrealism Unbound.

Curated by Bilianna Videnova



A Marked Man
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Ancient Ways
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Ants
9 x 6
Pencil on archival paper.


Deepspace
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Balance of Life
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Bionic Bartender
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Changes
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Connected
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Empty Eyes
2001
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Exquisite Corpse
2001
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Eyes Behind The Shroud
2002
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Happy Hour
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Here and There
2001
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Higher Self
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


Hot Thought
2002
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.
Private Collection


Monkey Man
2001
10 x 8
Pencil on archival paper.


The show was well received to a packed crowd of art aficionados.


Special music guests Sophia's Choice played all night and stuck around for the after party.