Anamorphic Portraiture

Anamorphic Portraiture is a dynamic exhibition featuring acclaimed international and regional contemporary artists working within the realm of disrupted portraiture. We currently live in world wrought with overstimulation, rapid consumption, and mental illness that often causes one to question what defines an individual’s sense of identity. Science has shown that identity is largely tied to perceptual and neurological representation of facial features. This exhibition brings into question what part of identity is brought to surface or manipulated when the facial features of a figure are morphed, de/re-constructed, or masked. The artists exhibiting in this group show consistently use methods of abstraction to create portraits representing facial tensions of inner conflict, emotional confusion, mental anguish, existential dread or even psychosis.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Artists exhibiting

Adam Caldwell, Akira Beard, Alex Rupert, Alexandra Levasseur, Angel 41, Benjamin Carbonne, Bohdan Burenko, Brett Amory, Colin Blades, Clayton Brothers, Dain, Dan Hampe, Eric Haacht, Frans Smit, Jennifer Nherbass, Joseph Lee, Joseph Loughborough, Marco Rea, Stefaan De Crook, Tobias Krueger, Wyatt Mills