Anagnorisis Fine Arts would like to invite you to the opening of our next solo exhibition at the White Rabbit.
Artist James Moore’s linework makes his subjects look like they’re melting or eroding, as if he’s constantly re-imagining pulp fiction horror creatures’ rotting flesh, swamp bodies or zombie faces, and applying it to our everyday lives. Much of his work is stressful, yet stimulating and exhilarating.
His upcoming series, “Rebirth Control,” is based upon a story that he originally published as a comic strip after he saw a deer being hit by a car and shot along a mountain road in north Georgia.
Grotesque, frenetic and evocative of pulp fiction monsters, the comic shows a woman growing antlers after the spirit of a deer she’s run over passes into her; “a transferral of energy that happens in the process of technology colliding with nature.”
Moore's works have been featured by Giant Robot, Printed Matter, American Illustration and many more. A graduate of Pratt University, he currently works from his studio in our dear old Brooklyn.
He creates a new zine for each new series he works on, and plans on doing such a thing for his upcoming show, which will be on view at the White Rabbit from February 2nd to the beginning of March.
Please join us for the opening reception at the White Rabbit on Friday Feb 4th from 7-10pm.