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Arless Day, Edvard Munch

RICHARD SPEER
Wednesday June 26
Augen DeSoto
716 NW Davis St.
 
It would be hard to think of a two-artist exhibition with more dramatic contrasts than the double bill of Arless Day and the late Edvard Munch (1863-1944). Day’s gouache-and-collage pieces are the essence of airiness. With their expansive compositions and exquisite handling of natural light, they seem to waft into your lungs and breathe with you. Munch, on the other hand, distilled a uniquely angst-filled brand of claustrophobia. He was most famous for his paintings and drawings of The Scream, but Augen presents a lesser-known selection of his innovative prints, which contain eerie, symbolist imagery that can be downright spooky. June 6-29.

 



Where: Augen DeSoto
Phone: 224-8182
Address: 716 NW Davis St.
Website: www.augengallery.com

 
 
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