Castor Gallery Premieres PAPER MONSTER SHOW Exhibit Today
Castor Gallery is proud to host Paper Monster's first expansive exhibition that celebrates the body of work created with their favorite artists over the last seven years in New York City. Please join us tonight December 12, 2014 for The Paper Monster Show, featuring originals and works on paper by artists such as FAILE, BAST, Judith Supine, Swoon and more. The Paper Monster Show will kick off on Friday from 6-9pm, with prints available on a first come, first serve basis. A new edition by BAST will also debut and be available at the exhibition.The Paper Monster Show will take over Castor Gallery, offering up new and rare prints for the avid collector at this not-to-miss event. The exhibition will include AP prints of long sold-out print runs, unreleased prints, unique variants, originals and editions on paper by FAILE, BAST, Judith Supine, Swoon, John Tsombikos (BORF), Brian Adam Douglas (Elbow-Toe), Taylor McKimens, Anthony Lister, Anthony Sneed, Cash for Your Warhol, COST, Joe Grillo, Ludo, Kozyndan, MOMO, Rostarr, Sam3, Swampy and Tomokazu Matsuyama. Paper Monster's extensive collaborations with artists will fill the two floor gallery space for this exciting exhibition.
The Paper Monster Show will continue until January 4, 2015, with regular hours of Wednesday to Sunday, 12 to 8pm.ABOUT PAPER MONSTER
Paper Monster was created in 2007 by Patrick Miller and Patrick McNeil of FAILE to produce new printed works by their artist friends and contemporaries. PaperMonster has become a platform for artists to create unique and editioned works of art using an array of printmaking techniques. Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to explore their mediums with a hands on approach to printmaking. Over two dozen artists have released new artworks on the website - from hand-painted prints and etchings to lithographs and originals.What: Paper Monster: Works on Paper
Where: Castor Gallery, 254 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002. 212.321.0223
When: Friday, December 12, 2014, 6-9pm.