Enter into a spectral realm where the macabre, the creepy, the strange and unusual… and all the things that haunt your dreams go bump in the night. Join The Dark Art Emporium this weekend, Saturday, November 9th, for the opening of Mutations: A Grotesque Group Show. Enjoy new works from an incredible lineup of artist including, Ego, Hugo D Villa, Alex Kuno, Matthew Dutton, Raul D’Mauries, Jeff Christensen, Jim Pavelec, Alex Reisfar, Jody Fallon, Joachim West, Steven Russell Black, Dos Diablos, Larkin Cypher, Kristina Drake, Patrick Thai, Jeremy Cross, Gregory Hergert, and Nannette Cherry.

Don’t miss this new collection of dark contemporary art! Let DAE entice your darkest, artistic sensibilities as they present this exciting exhibition that’s bursting at the seams with all things weird and wonderful.

Mutations: A Grotesque Group Show at The Dark Art Emporium

Mutations: A Grotesque Group Show

Opening Reception:

November 9, 2019 | 7-10pm

 

After Party following the reception at The 4th Horseman

121 W 4th St, Long Beach, CA 90802

 

The Dark Art Emporium

256 Elm Ave., Long Beach CA 90802

HOURS

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Thursday – Saturday – 11am – 8pm

Sunday – 11am – 6pm

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For additional information and available artwork please contact: Jeremy@darkartemporium.com

 

Dos Diablos Lightly Broken Mutation The Dark Art Emporium

Dos Diablos

Ego Fragment Skull The Dark Art Emporium

Ego

Hugo D Villa Catharsis nude mutations painting

Hugo D Villa

Jeremy Cross Devo Bat lowbrow art The Dark Art Emporium

Jeremy Cross

Jody Fallon DropTine dark mutations creature painting

Jody Fallon

Steven Russell Black SlumberLand The Dark Art Emporium

 Steven Russell Black

Patrick Thai Totality moon painting

Patrick Thai


Nannette Cherry red Anamnesis After Paulus Moreelse surreal dark art painting

Nannette Cherry

 

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