Erik Foss x Joe Roberts
Erik Foss works in such media as oil paint, tobacco, and found objects, creating work that is both haunting and beautiful. His book of art and photos, “If These Were Songs, They Would Be Sad Songs,” will be available this summer. He is the founder of the infamous Lit Lounge and Fuse Gallery in NYC. Now closed, Lit Lounge was an integral part of the artistic community in downtown Manhattan in the early 2000’s. Fuse Gallery has also shuttered its doors but continues to be active with emerging artists and curators.
Erik Foss has had solo shows at Paul Loya Gallery in Los Angeles and Malik William Co. in New York.
Joe Roberts creates work in a variety of mediums, including collage, painting, and dioramas. His pieces are dotted with references to childhood, from films to comic books. There is a constant sense of nostalgia present paired with a healthy dose of humor.
Joe Roberts has been the subject of solo shows at Paul Loya Gallery in Los Angeles and Home Alone 2 in New York City and as well as numerous group shows. Unpiano Books published “LSD Worldpeace,” a book of his drawings and paintings in 2014 in conjunction with his solo show at Slow Culture in Los Angeles.
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