Allison Schulnik and Christian Clayton in “Figurative Futures” on view now through August 26th at 101/EXHIBIT in Los Angeles

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Image: Allison Schulnik, “Misfits (Porcelain)”, 2007, oil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches

Check out the works by Mark Moore Fine Art artists Allison Schulnik and Christian Clayton in “Figurative Futures” on view now through August 26th at 101/EXHIBIT in Los Angeles.

Figurative Futures, a group exhibition curated by Mark Murphy featuring 24 contemporary artists. This occasion marks Murphy’s first curated show with the 101/EXHIBIT – located at 668 North La Peer Drive, Los Angeles, located on the southeast corner of the Santa Monica Blvd and N La Peer Drive intersection.

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DETAIL IMAGE: Allison Schulnik, “Misfits”

Figurative Futures aims to explore the mythology and evolution of figural art realized through a wide-ranging collection of inventive painting, sculpture, installation, jewelry, fiber arts, drawing and mixed media. The participating artists have been chosen for their highly regarded imaginative output as they consistently introduce new materials revealing groundbreaking form, and possess an insatiable interest for creating fresh, redefining moments in figurativism. Mechanical pencil, graphite and charcoal, twisted wire, ceramic, carved wood, cut canvas, and belabored applications of paint reveals an eclectic community of fearless creators inducing a revised contemporary vernacular. Figurative Futures is a platform for artistic experimentation and unmistakable melding of categorical barriers.

The artists exhibited in Figurative Futures includes Jason Shawn Alexander, Christian Clayton, Richard Downs, Chambliss Giobbi, Hugo Crosthwaite, Joshua Hagler, Nate Harris, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Seonna Hong, Tim Hussey, Maria Kreyn, Sophia Narrett, Joakim Ojanen, Irene Hardwicke Olivieri, Robyn O’Neil, Erik Mark Sandberg, Larry Rivers, Kristen Schiele, Allison Schulnik, Rodger Stevens, Mark Whalen, Martin Wittfooth, Kent Williams and Marco Zamora. Many of the artists have been shown in museums including but not limited to the Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Laguna Art Museum, Pasadena Museum of California Art, Long Beach Museum, the American Folk Art Museum, Yokohama Art Museum, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

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