Show Schedule 2017

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After Dark 6 is a show celebrating darkness and the varied reactions emblematic to this subject matter…nighttime, dark humor, dark fantasies, dark matter, etc. Greg Moon Art of Taos hosts this national show in June/ July. The show will run June 24th – July 15th with an opening reception on the 24th. Entries are being accepted in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media, fiber arts, glass, digital printed media, and assemblage. Entry deadline is midnight April 27th.

 This year the jurors are:

Matt Kennedy- Director, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles

Matt is the director of the Jesus de La Luz Gallery in L.A., the preeminent purveyor of the lowbrow/ pop-surrealism art genre. He also hosts the popular podcast “Pod-Sequentialism”, an amalgamation of interviews with luminaries in the comic/ film/ and graphics industries.

Stuart Ashman- Executive Director, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe Former Director New Mexico Museum of Art/ Museum of Latin American Art/ New Mexico Secretary of Cultural Affairs

Stuart has been an active member of the New Mexico visual art community dating back the 90’s. He recently returned to New Mexico after a stint in California as the director of the Museum of Latin American Art.

Greg Moon – Artist, Curator, Owner of Greg Moon Art.

Greg has worked in the commercial gallery scene for 34 years, 25 of those years in Taos and Santa Fe. His space focuses on works of the contemporary vein with an emphasis on fine art in the “old school” mediums of painting, photography, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, and assemblage. One of his latest projects was co-curating “Orale’: Kings and Queens of Cool” at Taos’ Harwood Museum of Art. The show was a in-depth survey of Lowbrow and Pop-Surrealist artists in the U.S.

The gallery is located at 109A Kit Carson Road. Call (575) 770-4463.




“Rebels Without a Pause: 5th Annual Lowbrow Invitational”

Coming October 2017

Including gallery artists and invited luminaries of the Pop-Surrealist genre.