Daniel Arsham and Ronnie Fieg‘s collaborative Arsham/Fieg Gallery just launched a new show focusing on the works of the Brooklyn-based artist, Paul Gagner. Entitled “In Memoriam: Howard Moseley,” the forthcoming exhibition will display miniature paintings as well as a coffin sculpture in homage to the artist’s ubiquitous character, Dr. Moseley. According to the gallery, the inspiration behind the subject stems from a Gagner’s fascination of self-help books when he was a teenager.
“Like most artists, I grapple with feelings of doubt—doubting my creative abilities, doubting the intentions of others, and doubting the art world itself. Howard is a manifestation of those tensions, the personification of my inner critic,” said Gagner. “He is the voice that shares too much personal information and, also, the source of bad ideas.”
View select artworks above and follow Paul Gagner on Instagram to see more projects. The exhibit is currently open to the public at Arsham/Fieg Gallery inside the KITH SoHo store in New York City. It will conclude on July 8.
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