The show will feature works by some of the most important artists of the international Pop Surrealist movement. Among them, various famous leaders and icons of the same movement will be present: Mark Ryden, Joe Sorren, Marion Peck, Alex Gross Camille Rose Garcia, Ron English, Colin & Sas Christian, Kris Lewis, Ray Caesar, Jeff Soto, Travis Louie, David Stoupakis, Adam Wallacavage, Tara McPherson, MissVan, Lola, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Esao Andrews, Scott Musgrove, Jonathan Viner, Kathie Olivas, Natalie Shau, Mijn Schat, Michael Page, Tim McCormick, Nathan Spoor, Paul Chatem, Ken Keirns, Ahren Hertel, Leila Ataya, Aaron Jasinski, Niba.
Through more than 50 works, we move through the flow of a surreal narrative with the meticulous perspective framing, which draws from the classical painting technique, but that is turned to the individual and intimate landscape matrices.
Perfectly in harmony with the Surrealist roots of the thirties, the figurative prophecies of Pop art regenerate in a constant movement between the recording of the real and the immediate dreamlike reworking.
It then reveals us a new world somewhere between reality and dream, where girls with large eyes and slender bodies hide arcane secrets and helpless and sad demons play with monsters – still puppies in atmospheres suspended, where everything looks like the real but transcends it, telling of a new and ancient mythology.
D.C.G. confirms itself as the ideal location to host the surreal mood of this fascinating Art, even more attractive thanks to its new venue in the heart of Rome. While preserving the magic of his “First Circus” style, this new space adds a touch of luxury with its Art Bookshop dressed in white velvet, made unique by the selection of limited edition prints and the rarest Art Toys, devoting to the exhibition hall a scene that takes us to a Tim-Burton-like Alice world.