Dean Dempsey: Cue the MusicParasol Projects @ 213 Bowery
Dean Dempsey: Cue the Music @ 213 Bowery
April 5 – 19, 2019 | 10 am – 6 pm
Opening Reception: April 5th | 6 pm – 9 pm
Closing Reception: April 18th | 6 pm – 9 pm
Palo Gallery is new company founded by Paul Henkel and Louis Vaccara. Henkel is a young gallerist and art entrepreneur based between London and New York who has worked for major galleries such as Hauser and Wirth and launched his own pop-up gallery Horatio Carson and established his name in the New York art-world. Louis Vaccara is another young figure in the art-world who has worked at Central Booking Art, Hal Bromm Gallery, Casa Brandon in Buenos Aires and has been selected to work at the American Pavilion for this years Venice Biennale. Together Paul and Louis formed Palo Gallery to further develop the promising careers of rising artists in London and New York. By exhibiting the plethora of artists in varying locations, Palo Gallery aims to foster the next generation of artists.
About the Artist:
Dean Dempsey is master of multiple mediums including works on canvas, drawing, photography and film. Dean Dempsey’s work has been exhibited in national and international venues in North America, Europe and Asia, including the Crocker Art Museum (CA), Aperture Gallery (NY), Pasinger-Fabrik (Munich), MC2Gallery (Milan), and Museum of the Americas (D.C.) He is in the permanent collections of several institutions, including the Kinsey Institute, En Foco, and the Crocker Art Museum. Dean is also an award-winning filmmaker with two feature films, Candy Apple (2015, available on iTunes and Amazon) and Deadman’s Barstool (2018, awaiting distribution).
About Cue the Music:
Palo Gallery’s first exhibition will be showing works by Dean Dempsey at 213 Bowery from the 5th to the 19th of April. Entitled Cue the Music, Palo will be exhibiting Dean’s latest body of work.
Harmonizing loud visuals and intricate detail to explore eccentricity through texture and colour, evoking ceremony and pastime with detractive composition and painterly execution. Through Dean Dempsey’s mastery of palette and form, the Cue the Music series forces familiar consciousness onto unfamiliar terrains, begging the question, have we met before?