A group exhibition curated by Yasha Young
Featuring work by Handiedan, Mimi Scholz & Sandra Chevrier
Saturday, June 27, 6—8pm
June 27 — July 25, 2015
Jonathan LeVine Gallery
529 W 20th St #9E
New York, NY 10011
Mimi Scholz is based in Berlin and creates digital paintings that sarcastically comment on clichés regarding the female psyche and sexuality. Starting with a detailed sketch and then using a tablet to add multiple layers of color, her compositions are printed on canvas and have an airbrushed quality that closely resembles oil painting. Known for her subject matter of “unpredictable women with attitude” and often accompanied by strange creatures, her works are set in a manically imagined world where the lines between good and evil, sane and insane are blurred.