Have you ever looked at a piece of art and had to step back and take a moment or maybe even a few to really ponder what exactly is going on here?
Purple Babe by Setha Low.
You can expect a plethora of perplexing, thought provoking works at The White Room Gallery, as the Bridgehampton-based gallery has invited a group of artists to challenge viewers' perception with a selection of paintings, photographs, mixed media and sculptures that will evoke bewilderment, surprise, make you question, and hopefully even leave you wanting more as part of its latest exhibition - where "nothing is too abstract or too much."
"Anarchy breeds creativity in the most delightful of ways," noted Kat O'Neill, The White Room Gallery co-director/partner and What the Hell?
participating artist. "What the Hell?
as a juried show title was a provacateur and the artists delivered in spades resulting in an engaging, enticing, eclectic mix of mediums and muses. Oh, and yes, with a sprinkle of the erotic."
What the Hell?
will premiere on Thursday, November 16 and remain on view through Sunday, December 3.
The group show will showcase works from David Geiser
, Paul Dempsey, Hilary McCarthy, Kat O'Neill, Jerry Schwabe, Setha Lowe, Adam Umbach, James Slezak, Phil Marco, and more.
An opening reception will take place on Saturday, November 18 from 5 to 7 p.m.
The White Room Gallery is located at 2415 Main Street in Bridgehampton. For more information, call 631-237-1481 or visit www.thewhiteroom.gallery.
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