If You Have Any Kind of Artistic Sensibility, Go See INCORRIGIBLE

by Tess Duncan

INCORRIGIBLE is a super eclectic group exhibition happening this week in NYC. The featured artists work with tons of different mediums, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to see something that’ll fascinate the pants off of your gallery-going self. But also because the emerging underground artists are showcasing some amazing, provocative work. There’s Adel Souto, a multi-talented zinester who’s interviewed the likes of Charles Manson, Rudy Ray Moore, and Richard Ramirez. 

Adel Souto – Kiss Me, John

Then you’ve got Cameron Michel and Vashti Windish, founders of Live With Animals gallery. Michel composes crazy collages and Windish sculpts, but both are members of rising punk-psychedlic band, K-Holes. 

Collage by Cameron Michel

Heather Benjamin, who you might know for her zine Sad People Sex and rad show flyers, will be showing her insanely sexual, detailed illustrations.

Heather Benjamin – Sad People Sex 8 Cover

 There’s gonna be TONS more equally awesome artists. These, for example:

Vincent S Baeza
Tamira Cahana
Arthur Arbit 
Vashti Windish
Dylan Thadani
Tom Bond
Zoo Lion
Josh Patrick
Tom DeLaney 
Sylvia Feliz Sewell
Diego Cohen
Matt Dobbs
Livia Charman
Caroline Jackson
Kyle Condrey
Lionel Lamy
Vinnie Roy Smith
Chloe Marrata
Flannery Silva
Evan Hill
Andrew P Storrs
Sara Abruna 
Shawn Reed & Ryan Garbs (Wet Hair/Night People)
Max Eisenberg 
Nina Hartmann
Jay Cole Smith
Marisa Tikal
Nathan Alexander Brown
Justin Clifford Rhody
Reece G Cox
Tracey Trance
Cody Williams
Monica Noonan

Curated by Vincent S Baeza and Vinnie Roy Smith, the opening reception will take place at Superchief Gallery at Culturefix, the recently opened licensed bar/gallery in the Lower East Side. The party’s going down tomorrow, March 19th and there will be cheap drinks and performances by Reece G Cox, DJ Dog Dick, DJ Rop Vazquez, and Duncan Moore.

Superchief Gallery is located at 9 Clinton Street (between Stanton and Houston) New York, NY 10002. $3 beer until it runs out! RSVP on Facebook right here! The opening is 21+ but the visiting hours from 12-5 in the daytime are all ages. 

Photos via AdelSouto.com, Artslant.com, and Quimbys.com.

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