“The portrait as a place of power and parody; description competes with dissolution In this suite of abstracted heads and figures in oil and gouache. It is Jason Dunda’s aim to seduce the viewer with rich color and deft paint handling while capturing the likeness of tragic and often problematic figures in historical and contemporary sociopolitical narratives.”
Join us in celebrating the opening of Chicago-based artist Jason Dunda’s solo show “A Twelve-Step Program for Iconoclasm” at FLXST Contemporary. Dunda will be debuting new paintings. For more information about Jason Dunda, visit: www.jasondunda.com
* Time: 6pm-8pm
* Place: FLXST Contemporary, 2251 S. Michigan Ave. Suite 220 (on S. Michigan between Cermak and 23rd Street). Street parking is available. By train, take Green line to Cermak/23rd street, and walk 2 blocks east to S. Michigan.
* Find “FLXST” on the intercom to be buzzed in.
For more information about the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773-413-8030