Gallery 210: Saturday, 17 October 2015
Tom Huck: Hopeless Americana
October 17-December 5, 2015
The exhibition of over 50 works will feature new and old, gathered together in one place! Included in the exhibition will be selections from Two Weeks in August: 14 Rural Absurdities, The Bloody Bucket, Snacktime Marcy, Hillbilly Karma Sutra, the triptychs Brandy Baghead and The Tommy Peepers from his Booger Stew Series. Also featured will be examples of Huck's many illustrations for the Village Voice and promotional ephemera from his Evil Prints studio. Artwork borrowed from local collections, regional institutions, and East and West Coast print shops "Hopeless Americana" offers a comprehensive overview of over 20 years of work by one of America's premier printmakers
A reception for Tom Huck: Hopeless Americana will be held Saturday, October 17 beginning at 4:00PM with a discussion on the work of Tom Huck featuring panelists Richard S. Field, Curator Emeritus of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs from Yale University Art Gallery; Elizabeth Wyckoff, curator of Prints, Drawing and Photographs, St. Louis Art Museum; Sherry Leedy, Director of Sherry Leedy Contemporary, Kansas City, MO, and Tom Huck, Evil Prints, St. Louis, MO followed at 5PM-7PM with a reception for the artist. The public is invited.
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