EXHIBITIONS 2014 - PRESENT
mmCurrent Exhibitions 2017

mmDarcilio Lima (1944 - 1991) included in the exhibition "DELIRIOUS"
mmMET BREUER curated by Kelly Baum

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mmPast Exhibitions 2017

mmWilliam Mortensen and the Coven of the Sibylline
mmThe Living Gallery Outpost, NYC

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mmFeaturing William Mortensen, Alexis Karl, Kim Bo Yung, Nyahzul C Blanco, Luciana Lupe Vasconcelos,  
mmVivien Masters,Tiffany Hsiang, Tine Kindermann, Aurore Lephilipponnat, Josh Stebbins, Barry William Hale,
mmKen Weaver, Zach Brown, Alessandro Keegan. curated by Stephen Romano 
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mmReview Zeroequalstwo.net - FLEETING DARKNESS: WILLIAM MORTENSEN AND THE COVEN OF THE SIBYLLINE

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mmAlexis Palmer Karl  "THE ECSTASY OF FORBIDDEN DAYLIGHT" PRATT INSTITUTE
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mmPratt Institute and Stephen Romano Gallery are pleased to present a solo exhibition 
mmby New York artist Alexis Palmer Karl entitled “ THE ECSTASY OF FORBIDDEN DAYLIGHT” 
mmOct 12-Nov 12 with an opening reception for the artist OCT 12th 6-8.
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mmInterview with Alexis Palmer Karl on DISINFO.com 

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mmDe Domo Diaboli (The Devil's House)
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mmOctober 21 2017 - Stephen Romano Gallery is thrilled to announce the exhibition "DE DOMO DIABOLI" 
mm(The Devil's House) in association with The Living Gallery Outpost in New York City's East Village. 
mmThe exhibition celebrates Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) 2017 and All Hallows' Eve (Halloween) 2017 
mmby curating together some of the most celebrated contemporary and historical artists whose subject is the 
mmart of the esoteric, βλασφημέω (the old ways) and folkloristic magic.
mmThe exhibition will feature never seen before art from William Mortensen, William Hope, Jack Edwards. mmPress Release mmcccc
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mmDarcilio Lima included in the exhibition at Reina Sophia Museum, Madrid. 
mmMário Pedrosa: On the Affective Nature of Form
mmApril 28 - October 16, 2017 / Sabatini Building, Floor 3
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mmSCOPE ART FAIR 2017 - featuring the art of William Mortensen (1897 - 1965) and Darcilio Lima (1944 - 1991)

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mmOUTSIDER ART FAIR 2017

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mmPast Exhibitions 2016

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mm"MATERIA PRIMA" BLAM GALLERY, Brooklyn

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mmJune 2 - July 31 2016

mmGALLERY III  curated by Stephen Romano
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mmIncludes works by Rithika Merchant, Gigi Chen, Deirdre Sullivan Beeman, Darcilio Lima, Martin Ramirez,Marko Velk, Lori Field, mmRobert Johnsson, William Mortensen, The Venus of Detroit, Dolorosa De La Cruz,Ray Robinson, Charles Dellschau and others.
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mmMay 3 - 29 2016
    
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mmSTATIM FINIS - a group exhibition featuring the works of Charles Dellschau, Darcilio Lima, Colin Christian, Jon Jaylo, Erin O'Shea, Travis Lawrence, 
mmWilliam Blayney, William Mortensen, Rithika Merchant, Linnea Strid, Steven Bradshaw, Jel Ena, Erna Kd, Masae Shimoichi, Marko Velk, Lori Field mmMatthew Dutton, Joel Lorand, Ray Robinson, Tim Kern, Anthony Mangicapra, Bree Jonson, Stephanie Lucas, Gigi Chen, Art Toulinov, Inge Vandormael mmCendrine Rovini, Bruna D'Alessandro, Cecilia Avendano Bobillier, Samuel D Gliner, Tine Kindermann, A. Fiorillo, Barry William Hale, Loic Lukas.
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MARKO VELK

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mmApril 1 - May 1 2016     
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concurrent exhibition:
Saint Bowie, Extended
 
March 2 - March 29


 

 

 

 

 

 

       
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mmPast Exhibitions 2015

mmDec 17 2015 - Feb 28 2016   
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"Charles A.A. Dellschau (1830 - 1923): American Visionary"    

 

 

 

concurrent exhibition:
"Hieroglyphica"

Esther Pearl Watson

 

 
Artists include Esther Pearl Watson, Gigi Chen, Cendrine Rovini, Tine Kindermann, Jodie Lynkeechow, Matt Nolen, Dolorosa De La Cruz,              
Rene Pierre Allain, Tamara Kostianovsky, Heiko Müller, Erin O'Shea, Shawn Thornton, Nyahzul C Blanco, David Molesky, Inge Vandormael, 
Erna Kd, Maria Kreyn, Lori Field, Jel Ena, El Gato Chimney, Barry William Hale, Colin Christian, Rithika Merchant, Darcilio Lima, 
William Blayney, William Mortensen and  others. 
 
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mmMorbid Anatomy Benefit Print Portfolio Curated by Mark Dion
mmongoing through 2016.

mmThe Morbid Anatomy Museum is pleased to announce the launch of its first benefit print portfolio, curated by acclaimed artist Mark Dion. 
mmThe portfolio includes eight 8 x 10″ limited edition prints made especially for the Museum by Dion, Kiki SmithAlexis RockmanTessa Farmer
mmDana SherwoodNathan CatlinRobert Marbury, and Beauvais Lyons, printed by Nathan Catlin. Each artist has created an original print that 
mmresponds to and celebrates the Morbid Anatomy Museum’s mission to explore the intersections of death, beauty, and that which falls between 
mmthe cracks. Prints are on a variety of archival papers and include etching, lithography, linoleum print, digital print, and screen print.
mmThe portfolio is an edition of 20, bound in a laser-etched folder, and begins at a cost of $5,500. Ten portfolios are currently available. 
mmProceeds from the sale of the portfolio support the Morbid Anatomy Museum’s exhibitions and public and education programs. 
mmEach print is signed and numbered.

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mmimage: Mark Dion "Serpent Before the Fall, Fuji Mermaid, Snakestone, Basilisk, Mandrake, Cockatrice," 2015. 
mmScreenprint on Strathmore Bristol paper 
      

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mmOctober 29 - Dec 13
mmJel Ena "Sanctum Infernum" 
mmThis exhibition is accompanied by a catalog with texts by Sas Christian, Samuel Gliner and Decadence Darling.

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mmconcurrent exhibition:
mm"Magica Sexualis" 
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mmSeptember 3rd - October 25 2015 INNAUGURAL EXHIBITIONS AT BUSHWICK LOCATION.
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concurrent exhibition:

"LEXICON INFERNALI"

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mm"OPUS HYPNAGOGIA: Sacred Spaces of the Visionary and Vernacular"

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mm424-A 3rd Avenue Brooklyn, NY (347) 799-1017
          
mmfeaturing works by including Kris Kuksi, Kymia Nawabi, Martin Wittfooth, El Gato Chimney, 
mmRithika Merchant, Caitlin McCormack, Jel Ena, Pulu Zhao, Rene Allain, David Molesky, 
mmErna Kd, Matthew Dutton, Lizz Lopez, Joseph McVetty, Lori Field, Peca, Barry William Hale and 
mmHunter Stableras well as spirit and vernacular photography, American and international folk art, 
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mmMarch 5th - April 25 2015 
mmEL GATO CHIMNEY "DE RERUM NATURA"

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mm"ABUNDANTIA CORNU COPIAE"

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Featuring works by: Henry Darger, Cecilia Avendaño, Hannah Faith Yata, Rene Pierre Allain, Martin Wittfooth, El Gato Chimney, Lu Ke, 
Sas Christian, Aunia Kahn, Hunter Stabler, Huston Ripley, Paul Campbell, Lori Field, Judith Scott, Erna Kd, Darcilio Lima, Joseph McVetty, 
C.T. McClusky,  Lu Zhang, Pulu Zhao, Teiji Hayama, Adam Miller,Charles Dellschau, Rithika Merchant, Hermon Finney, Romeyn de Hooghe, 
Eric Van Straaten, Kalyana Thiru, Michael Anderson, Martin Ramirez, Joel Lorand, Dan Barry, Morton Bartlett, Robert Bowen, Amy Friend, 
Masae Shimoichi, Ben Hotchkiss, Peca, Nyahzul Art, Tine Kindermann, Gigi Chen, Eric Richardson, William A. Blayney,  Steven Bradshaw, 
James Castle, Emile Josome Hodinos.

mmMain Gallery Suite 202
mmDarcilio Lima "Opus Magnun" 
mmFirst US solo exhibtion of the works of Brazillian Visionary  Darcilio Lima (1944-1991) .

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mmcatalog available with text by Barbara Safarova.
 

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mmJan 3 - Feb 28 2015
mmColin Christian: TRYPOPHOBIA
 

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mmPast Exhibitions 2014

 

mmOctober 15 - December 31 2014
mmWilliam Mortensen: American Grotesque
mmA survey of the works of "the father of pictorialism" William Mortensen (1897-1965) celebrating the release of
mm"American Grotesque: The Life and Art of William Mortensen", 2014 Feral House.
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William Mortensen (1897 - 1965) was an American Photographer, primarily known for his Hollywood portraits in 
the 1920s-1940s in the pictorialist style.
Mortensen began his photographic career taking portraits of Hollywood actors and film stills. In 1931, after 
being blacklisted and excommunicated from Hollywood, Mortensen moved to the artist community of Laguna Beach, 
CA where he opened a studio and the William Mortensen School of Photography.
He preferred the pictorialism style of manipulating photographs to produce romanticist painting-like effects. 
The style brought him criticism from straight photographers of the modern realist movement and, in particular, 
he carried on a prolonged written debate with Ansel Adams. His arguments defending romanticism photography led 
him to be "ostracized from most authoritative canons of photographic history. Recent years have brought praise 
for Mortensen's development of manipulation techniques and a renewed interest in his work
   
mmconcurrent exhibition:
mmRik Garrett: Earth Magic
mmExploring historical and personal relationships between witchcraft, feminitity and nature. 
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mmLu Zhang: All The Lost Souls.
mmfeaturing an illustrated catalog with essay by Robert Morgan
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mmconcurrent exhibition:
mm"In Missa Interfectionis, Verum"
mmThe Dance of Death, Hexes, Voodoo, Curses and Witchcraft, re-envisioned.

 

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Colin Christian, Judy Chappus, Ana Bagayan, El Gato Chimney, Soey Milk, Dan Barry, Jel Ena, Caitlin McCormack, 
Eric Richardson, Matthew Dutton, Pulu Zhao, Miki Saito,  Caitlin Karolczak, Phillip Grant, Rithika Merchant, 
Aunia Kahn, Ted Victoria, Ellen Stagg, Tine Kindermann, Amber Groome,  Jennifer Lin, Erna Kd, Lori Field, 
Amy Friend, Jana Brike, Allison Sommers, Rene Lynch, Kalyana Thiru, Damian Michaels, William Mortensen, Matt Nolen, 
Steven Baines, Chie Yoshii, Peca, Jane Rosen, Joseph McVetty, Colin Christian, 
vernacular and spirit photography and others TBA.

 

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mmJune 3 - August 14 2014
mm"Mysterium Cosmographicum"

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mmApril 3 - May 31 2014 INNAUGURAL EXHIBITION 
mm"Welcome To The Dreamtime"
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Henry Darger