Morbid Art Events
Events which exhibit macabre, morbid, gothic, or dark art
Below is an ongoing list of events, markets, conventions, fairs, and festivals worldwide which exhibit lowbrow and pop-surrealist art. These events will appeal to artists and art collectors interested in oddities, curiosities, macabre, morbid, gothic, or dark art.
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Contemporary Surrealism | Macabre Art
Established in 2008 by Paul Booth, Last Rites has become a premiere gallery for contemporary surrealism and a haven for artists who are not afraid of exploring and dissecting every aspect of the human condition to investigate the invisible, the unintelligible and the inexplicable with a focus on the most recondite twists and turns of reality.
Contemporary Surrealism | Macabre Art | Alternative Art
Copro Gallery was founded in 1992 by Joe Copro, Greg Escalante and Douglas Nason as an entity to curate art exhibitions of emerging artists and publish the highest quality limited edition prints. Copro Gallery also became a base for assisting and curating museum exhibitions which it continues to do. In 1994 owner Greg Escalante co-founded Juxtapoz magazine and the gallery participated with the magazine to curate, publicize and be a media sponsor of many events inside and outside of the gallery and further promote artists. In 2000 the gallery founded a permanent location.
Pop Art | Contemporary Surrealism | Street Art | Macabre Art
Dorothy Circus Gallery is a space dedicated to the most intriguing new tendencies in contemporary art, with great focus on the most original and compelling traditional and digital painting techniques and visual codes stemming from pop iconography, contemporary surrealism and street art.
Surreal Art | Macabre Art
Contemporary collection of new & established artists, with a focus on surrealism to realism.
Lowbrow Art | Macabre Art | Pop-Surreal Art
The Gristle Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting the best in lowbrow, pop-surreal, contemporary, dark and macabre art.
Contemporary Art | Pop Surrealist Art | Lowbrow Art
Their aesthetic ranges from contemporary, pop surrealism, lowbrow, to narrative arts in a variety of mediums. They feature exhibitions of established and emerging artists.
Lowbrow Art | Folk Art | Outsider Art | Underground Art
Showcasing mainly figurative, narrative paintings and unusual sculpture, La Luz de Jesus Gallery's exhibitions are post-pop with content ranging from folk to outsider to religious to sexually deviant. The gallery’s objective is to bring underground art and counter-culture to the masses.
Pop Surrealist Art | Contemporary Art
Revolution Gallery is committed to presenting artwork that is provocative and imbued with dark beauty, emotion, and mystery. Revolution Gallery shows artwork with an emphasis on pop-surrealism and contemporary figurative work, in a wide-range of media.
Low Brow Art | Underground Art | Outsider Art | Bizarre Art
There are many New Orleans galleries that purvey traditional, sentimental images of Louisiana, but La Madama Bazarre lets loose a stellar consortium of underground artists whose multimedia work is alternately spiritual, delicately pretty, ethereally mystical and overtly sensual — drawing upon and reveling in all the glorious contradictions and cultures of New Orleans and its environs.
Lowbrow Art | Hi Art
Speakeasy Art Gallery showcases the work of local and international contemporary artists. The curators at the gallery offer art collectors and enthusiasts a playful mix of Hi Art with an edge and Lowbrow with masterful technique. Speakeasy Art Gallery insures that the art it exhibits possess inviting esthetics and a desire to explore new and original ideas.