Art Nouveau Magazine presents Want To See A Sad Boy Smile? Pay Him, the debut solo exhibition by artist/designer GreatEclectic at Studio 900 in Atlanta, GA. GreatEclectic gives viewers a glimpse into his elaborate rants and musings on fame, power, money, love, the rise and the fall and our generation’s obsession with celebrity. His signature aesthetic evokes a unique combination of pop culture semiotics and art history paired with a vibrant narrative. Works in the exhibition range from mixed media collages, to drawings, paintings and photography.
The show will also feature performances by some of GreatEclectic’s favorite Atlanta indie musicians including, Rahbi, theDOLLDAZE, Micah Freeman, Ethereal, Savvy Society and Ben Carson. In conjunction with opening, the artist will release an eponymous monograph, cataloging the best of his recent works. Want To See A Sad Boy Smile? Pay Him opens April 14 at Studio 900 in the Little Five Points area of Atlanta, GA.
Kendrick Daye aka GreatEclectic is an artist and designer living and working in Atlanta, GA. His work has appeared in The NY Times Magazine, Creative Loafing, Ebony Magazine, Upscale Magazine and Art Nouveau a quarterly art and culture magazine he owns and edits. In 2009, his duo exhibition with artist Corinne Stevie “Extraordinary Machine,” was voted best art exhibit in a gallery by the readers of Creative Loafing.
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