Nationally syndicated talk host Rob Redding this September will unveil Constructivist Expressionist (ConEx) art at his momentous NYC solo show entitled “Monodramatic.”
ConEx will be the center of “Monodramatic” at his first Manhattan solo show at the prestigious Midoma Gallery. His ConEx works will hang at Midoma from Sept. 16 through Oct. 20. The opening reception is Thursday, Sept. 21 from 6-8 p.m.
Many of his trademark ConEx Smear paintings have already appeared in NY Art Beat, AM New York, Gay City News, Midtown Express and Chelsea Now newspapers. These publications included mentions of his Brooklyn solo show last fall or his group show in Chelsea in July respectively.
Called “iconic” by PeronArt.com, he was the only artist featured out of a more than 50 person group show in Chelsea at NoHo M55 Gallery in July.
Midoma Gallery is located at 545 8th Avenue Suite 750 New York NY 10018.
Redding, who is also a professor at Pace and City Tech universities, has a talk show in more than 20 markets and just rattled off his eighth best selling book Sinister Citizen this March.
View his work on display and for sale: 9/16/17 – 10/20/17 RECEPTION Scheduled for: Thursday, September 21st, 2017. 6-8PM ($5)TBA:View TBA work TBA on TBA display TBA and TBA for sale TBA: 10/21/17 – 12/1/17 RECEPTION Scheduled for: Thursday, October 26th, 2017. 6-8PM ($5)Judi Jupiter: Famous movie stars, musicians, models, politicians….. all the beautiful people, snorting drugs that were spread across tables near the dance floor, in plain view of any passerby. Sex was everywhere, from the balcony to the famous private room in the basement.Everyone was desperate to get past the exclusive velvet ropes at Studio 54. “Papparazzi” was not a dirty word in those days. It was hot. Celebrities were more than thrilled to pose for Judi Jupiter’s camera. Judi was the first house photographer at Studio 54, hired by their PR firm, giving her free reign to admit anyone she wanted. View her work on display and for sale:12/2/17 – 1/5/18 RECEPTION Scheduled for: Thursday, December 7th, 2017. 6-8PM ($5)