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A selection of works by Walter Mika

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Walter Mika
Funny Bunny

January 10 – February 9, 2020
Opening reception: Friday, January 10th, 6–8 pm

Words are not an option for some artists seeking to convey their thoughts, feelings and intentions. Creators like Judith Scott rely primarily on artistic expression and creativity to communicate with the broader world around them. In a similar manner, and following the events of September 11th, …

Walter Mika
Funny Bunny

January 10 – February 9, 2020
Opening reception: Friday, January 10th, 6–8 pm

Words are not an option for some artists seeking to convey their thoughts, feelings and intentions. Creators like Judith Scott rely primarily on artistic expression and creativity to communicate with the broader world around them. In a similar manner, and following the events of September 11th, 2001, Walter Mika (b. 1961) spontaneously began drawing hard-lined renditions of firemen and police officers in deep shades of red, blue and black pastel. While he was unable to verbally explain their …

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179 East Broadway
New York, NY, US
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