“Love Never Saves Anything” — Paintings and Photos by Logan Hicks Continues through March 19 with Artist Talk on Sunday

March 13, 2014

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Love Never Saves Anything, a solo exhibit of stencil paintings and photographs by the wonderfully talented Logan Hicks, opened last week during Armory Week and remains on exhibit through Wednesday, March 19. Here’s a small sampling of the haunting stencil paintings on view:

A Drop of Blood Shed

"Logan Hicks"

Her Hands Said What her Lips Couldn’t

Logan Hicks

Behind Her Eyes

"Logan Hicks"

 Treading Water

"Logan Hicks"

Deep Sleep

"Logan Hicks"

The following scenes were captured at last week’s opening:

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Logan-Hicks-opening-night

Logan-Hicks-signs-book

And the artist talk with Logan Hicks, led by Lori Zimmer, will take place 4PM this Sunday, March 16, at the gallery on 154 Stanton Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. This exhibit is the artist’s second solo show with PMM Art Projects.

Photos of artwork by Lois Stavsky and Dea Sumrall; images of opening by Dani Reyes Mozeson


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