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Todd James to Display New Artworks at "Interior" Exhibit in Copenhagen

Reflecting on the everyday mundane.

Todd James is set to launch a new solo exhibit titled “Interior” at Eighteen Gallery in Copenhagen. The NYC-based visual artist’s upcoming presentation is comprised of shock-colored paintings that reflect on the everyday mundane, as per Juxtapoz. James’ racy depictions of female subjects are observed in the pieces, surrounded by household objects such as books and teapots as well as bongs and cigarettes. Collectively, a total of nine large-scale paintings alongside eight works on paper will be on display at the show.

“Interior” will be on view starting January 19 up until February 24. Visit Eighteen Gallery’s official website to learn more and find the show’s address below.

Eighteen Gallery
Slagtehusgade 18C Kødbyen
Copenhagen 1711
Denmark

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