There is no denying the impact Stanley Kubrick had in the world of film and Spoke Art gallery is paying tribute to his genius with a fantastic new exhibit. As we said in the title, this one is FULL of stars including: Aaron Jasinski, Adam Maida, Akira Beard, Alex Kirzhener, Anarkitty, Audrey Pongracz, Bartosz Kosowski, Brian Ewing, Brian Methe, Bruce White, Christine Aria Hostetler, Chuck Sperry, Crowded Teeth, Cuddly Rigor Mortis, Cuyler Smith, Dave MacDowell, Doug LaRocca, Eiko Ojala, Gene Guynn, Geoff Trapp, Glen Brogan, Guillaume Morellec, Irma Rivera, Ivonna Buenrostro, Jayde Fish, Jen Mann, Jesse Riggle, Jessica Deahl, Johannah O’Donnell, John Wentz, Jon Wayshack, Joshua Budich, Justin, VanGenderen, Kate Zambrano, Kate Copeland, Kiersten Essenpreis, Mandy Tsung, Matt Dye, Meghan Stratman , Michael Ramstead, Epyon 5, Nan Lawson , New Flesh, Nicole Gustafsson, Oliver Barrett, Rhys Cooper, Robert Wilson, Sam Gilbey, Sam Smith, Sandi Calistro, Sarah Joncas, Steve Yamane, Thomas Walker, Tim Maclean, Tim Jordan, Van Orton Design, Veronica Fish, Vincent Aseo
“2001 A Space Odyssey” by Tracie Ching
18″ x 24″
Take a look at their fantastic images and read the official press release from Spoke Art.
Spoke Art is proud to present: KUBRICK – An art show tribute to the films of Stanley Kubrick. Over 60 artists were invited to re-imagine their favorite characters, scenes and thematic concepts from one of the world’s most prolific directors. Spanning a plethora of mediums from sculpture and painting to limited edition prints, the show seeks to honor one of the 20th century’s most significant directors while also reinterpreting his impact in a contemporary context.
Widely known for his controversial techniques and highly controlled directorial style, Kubrick has fabricated a diverse repertoire of films and imagined worlds for his viewers. One of the great idiosyncratic masterminds in history’s cinema, Kubrick has cultivated a noteworthy genre completely his own. Critical discussions of humanity, morality and social justice all appear in his work regularly. Contextually disparate but psychologically banded, all of Kubrick’s films challenge the viewer both intellectually and ethically. A true auteur, Kubrick’s work pushes our understanding of human nature to severe place. Extreme violence, salaciousness and deranged psychological behavior are commonplace motifs instrumented to establish Kubrick’s pessimistic undertones. Even through satire, Kubrick manages to take levity to a place of lunatic proportion.
“Stop Dave” by Samuel Ho
16″ x 20″
Edition of 30
All the artists were allowed to select the film of their choosing, there were no guidelines on subject matter or content. Each artist was given free reign to re-interpret and render their take on Kubrick’s entire cinematic collection. Resulting in a variegated display, KUBRICK is an experiment in modernity, a cross-section between film and art
“Space Station 5” by Chris Skinner
4 color screen print
36″ x 24″
Edition of 25
“I love the space plane scene to Station 5 in Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, the vision that travelling to space is an everyday occurrence to viewers in 1968, the revolutionary special effects and Johann Strauss’s The Blue Danube Waltz must have had viewers in awe at the cinema. I wanted to capture some of the essence of that scene in this print and have Orion 3 space planes arriving and departing as though travelling to the stars is done with ease. With the style of the artwork I wanted it to have an air of nostalgia and vintage feel like classic 60’s and 70’s science fiction art.” – Chris Skinner
“Napoleon” by Fernando Reza
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“Dr. Strangelove” by Fernando Reza
“2001: A Space Odyssey” by Fernando Reza
“A Clockwork Orange” – David Moscatti
Size: 18 x 24″
Edition Size: 10
“The Shining” by Tracie Ching
As you can see, fans of Kubrick’s work are in for a real treat with this show. Be sure to RSVP for the opening on their Facebook page.