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Looking Back Looking Forward 

When: Sat., Sept. 7, 7-10 p.m. 2013
Price: Free admission.
Whimsical, humorous and a conceptual trailblazer, Picasso Gaglione was also one of the earliest correspondents in the mail art network started by Ray Johnson. He also founded the Rubber Stamp Museum and created art zines before long before they were a genre unto themselves, and today he performs at art events under the title DADA machine FLUXUS. Given Gaglione’s “stamp” in the art world, it’s quite a coup that Eve ’n’ Odd Gallery curator Jennifer Kosharek nabbed some of his limited-edition works for the upcoming show, Looking Back Looking Forward, which she calls “a capricious collection of altered antique photographs.” Created with pen and ink, Gaglione carefully incorporates designs over old images — “a kind of dada art graffiti that transforms the antique into a modern, witty dynamic,” Kosharek says.


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