“Napoleon complex” is a term describing a theorized condition occurring in people of short stature. It is characterized by overly-aggressive or domineering social behavior, and carries the implication that such behaviour is compensatory for the subject’s stature.- Wikipedia
On November 1, 2016, AFA Gallery proudly presents the opening of their new group exhibition, Napoleon Complexity. Featuring a diverse range of artists from around the world, this highly anticipated show will display over 100 new original works of art, all measuring 10×10″.
Opening Reception in New York and Las Vegas:
November 5, 2016 | 6-8PM
November 1 – 30, 2016
54 Greene Street NY, NY 10013
For additional information, including purchase availability, please contact the gallery directly at [email protected]
Wayne Anderson, Jean Pierre Arboleda, Anne Bachelier, Zoe Byland, Bill Carman, Simone Castrovillari, Sas Christian, Kinuko Y. Craft, Matt Dangler, Jason D’Aquino, Leontine Greenberg, Gris Grimly, Jessica Joslin, Bats Langley, Craig LaRotonda, Michael O., Kathie Olivas, Kirk Reinert, Maria Rubinke, Isabel Samaras, Pierre Schmidt, Claudio Souza Pinto, Ryan Spiritas, Nathan Spoor, Heidi Taillefer, Mackenzie Thorpe, Hannah Yata, Mimi Yoon, Caroline Young, John Brophy, Lin Esser
NEW YORK, NY: AFA Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a new group show that will take place simultaneously in New York and Las Vegas. The exhibition will explore the creativity of a number of artists when confined to a 10 x 10 inch square. Over 100 new original works will be on display during the exhibition. Limited edition prints of selected works will also be available.
The tongue-in-cheek title conveys the juxtaposition of complex, technically virtuous artwork confined to a small physical space; much like the enormity and grandeur of Napoleon Bonaparte confined to a small physical form. The artists in the exhibition have accepted the challenge to express their complex artistic vision without the use of unlimited space.
Claudio Souza Pinto
Jean Pierre Arboleda