Marko Shuhan

33/6 Paint

The exhibition, 33/6 Paint: Marko Shuhan, is a show of recent work celebrating the artist's facility with paint. His expressiveness within an abstract vernacular proves a forminable vehicle for the earnest emotional quest visible in these paintings. An unfettered facility reminicsent of Pollock and de Kooning that rewards the viewer who delves deeper with figures suggestive of Cy Twombly and Jean Michel Basquiat. Mr Shuhan delivers a tour de force take on the state of paint and sensibility in this signature installation that will occupy the majority of the Ukrainian Institute's exhibition space with 33 works of art.

33/6 Paint: Marko Shuhan opens on Friday, May 2 at 6:00 p.m at the Ukrainian Institute, 2 East 79th Street, New York, NY. The artist will be in attendance. There will be food and drink. Music will be provided by the band Wetpaint. Admission is free, no tickets are required, and everyone is invited to attend. A queue is expected. The exhibition continues through to June 9, 2003. The gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday from 12 to 6pm, closed Mondays.

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