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UP COMING EVENTS:

introducing

“DELIRIUM”

group show

introducing

“DELIRIUM”

group show

the work of

RIYA CHANDIRAMANI
RUSS RUBIN
STERN ROCKWELL

the work of

RIYA CHANDIRAMANI
RUSS RUBIN
STERN ROCKWELL

where and when

JULY 7TH
THRU JULY 16TH

49 Hollywood Rd,
Central, HK

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Young soy gallery is proud to present Delirium, a group show between Russ Rubin, Stern Rockwell, and Riya Chandiramani.

Stern Rockwell in his studio, inspecting his pieces before Delirium.

Whether transcending through Rubin’s portals to alternate dimensions, seeking familiarity with Rockwell’s surreal human characters, or worshiping Chandiramani’s fierce goddesses, it is difficult as the viewer to not get enthusiastic about not what, but how each artist has chosen to communicate their respective disturbed states. Additionally, it is difficult to not get allured by the synergy between each artist, And their work.

Russ Rubin’s line up for Delirium in the exotic woods of New Jersey.

Delirium Teaser what to expect from Chandiramni, Rubin and Rockwell.

The term delirium has two definitions, and in this case, both are applied. For the artists, the bodies of work are a mechanism and release of a disturbed state of mind, while for the audience they are wild excitement, and doses of ecstasy. While this can apply to a great deal in the context of art history, it feels viciously appropriate in this case considering the subject matter of each artist, and the overarching aesthetic language of the entire exhibition.

Riya Chandiramani doing the finishing touches on her pieces before Delirium.

Come experience what it feels like to be delirious for yourself. Just show up, and let the artwork take care of the rest.

meet the

Artists

RUSS RUBIN

mixed media artist

RUSS RUBIN (b. 1983) is a painter of abstract landscapes from the exotic woods of New Jersey. Working summers in the family factory in Newark, he’d stare out the bullet-holed windows, sketching with his finger in metal dust on an old punch press, dreaming up his future…

Riya Chandiramani

mixed media artist

Riya Chandiramani’s paintings explore bold ideas in today’s society with intricacy and wit. Referencing iconography from both traditional and popular cultures, Riya’s art consistently reminds us of how far…

STERN ROCKWELL

mixed media artist

The street and studio artist Stern Rockwell was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Stern was inspired to pursue art after seeing graffiti on the trains of New York City, and his practice now includes this inspiration in his drawings and canvases. Stern has become known for his numerous characterizations…

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Young soy gallery is proud to present Delirium, a group show between Russ Rubin, Stern Rockwell, and Riya Chandiramani.

Stern Rockwell in his studio, inspecting his pieces before Delirium.

Whether transcending through Rubin’s portals to alternate dimensions, seeking familiarity with Rockwell’s surreal human characters, or worshiping Chandiramani’s fierce goddesses, it is difficult as the viewer to not get enthusiastic about not what, but how each artist has chosen to communicate their respective disturbed states. Additionally, it is difficult to not get allured by the synergy between each artist, And their work.

Russ Rubin’s line up for Delirium in the exotic woods of New Jersey.

Delirium Teaser what to expect from Chandiramni, Rubin and Rockwell.

The term delirium has two definitions, and in this case, both are applied. For the artists, the bodies of work are a mechanism and release of a disturbed state of mind, while for the audience they are wild excitement, and doses of ecstasy. While this can apply to a great deal in the context of art history, it feels viciously appropriate in this case considering the subject matter of each artist, and the overarching aesthetic language of the entire exhibition.

Riya Chandiramani doing the finishing touches on her pieces before Delirium.

Come experience what it feels like to be delirious for yourself. Just show up, and let the artwork take care of the rest.

meet the

Artists

RUSS RUBIN

mixed media artist

RUSS RUBIN (b. 1983) is a painter of abstract landscapes from the exotic woods of New Jersey. Working summers in the family factory in Newark, he’d stare out the bullet-holed windows, sketching with his finger in metal dust on an old punch press, dreaming up his future…

Riya Chandiramani

mixed media artist

Riya Chandiramani’s paintings explore bold ideas in today’s society with intricacy and wit. Referencing iconography from both traditional and popular cultures, Riya’s art consistently reminds us of how far…

STERN ROCKWELL

mixed media artist

The street and studio artist Stern Rockwell was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Stern was inspired to pursue art after seeing graffiti on the trains of New York City, and his practice now includes this inspiration in his drawings and canvases. Stern has become known for his numerous characterizations…

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