Suckadelic: YOU'RE AN ASSHOLE FOR BUYING THIS: The SUCKADELIC Art Toy Universe CatalogComic Book
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Author: The SUCKLORD
SummarySUCKADELIC was a recent exhibit at pop-up / parasite gallery Boo-Hooray, which ran Jan 11-23, 2011 and was curated by Johan Kugelberg and Simeon Lipman. Get the 100 page exhibition catalog! Numbered out of 500.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
The Boo-Hooray Gallery reluctantly announces the first SUCKADELIC retrospective gallery exhibition. Intentionally confusing, misleading, disappointing and really funny, the limited edition parodies of action figures reverberate with a vicious wit and are oddly eyeball-pleasing in the manner of all kinds of toothsome 20th/21st century collage and montage art.
The toys and their aggressively situationist piss-take packaging comment on pop culture commodification and the consumer habits of compulsively shopping kidults: The very process that made KAWS, Takashi Murakami, and Michael Lau art-stars on the Art Basel Miami/Armory Show/Venice Biennale tip.
One of the most respected despised and influential figures in the art toy movement for the past decade, the SUCKLORD has been producing handmade bootleg action figures in very limited runs, each selling out immediately. As the plot thickens, the work of the SUCKLORD is widely collected in fine art circles, and has been auctioned at Christie's, Freeman's and Phillips.
This exhibition marks the first time the entire SUCKADELIC catalogue will be exhibited in one place. For the duration of the exhibit, a SUCKADELIC SUCK-SHOPPE pop-up store will be open. Original artwork, sculptures, silk- screens and paintings will also be for sale.
"The work presented in this exhibit is a documentation of my struggle to reach the top of a sinister pyramid scheme; A culture-jacking enterprise where ruthless-yet-compelling super-criminals compete for the imaginations of fickle consumers and a relentless media machine."
- Excerpt from the SUCKLORD's artist statement
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