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Finley Coyl: The Subtle Horror of the Everyday

Friday January 6, 2012

Finley Coyl‘s new work will be installed in the Center for Sex and Culture gallery for January as a mural-sized unraveling of the grotesque, the fantasized, the ridiculous, the pretty, the struggle, and the obscene. These large-scale drawings in marker, pencil and paint on canvas with found objects and digital prints indirectly reference Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ from a perspective of queer potential amidst a crumbling economic landscape.

Viewings by appointment January 6 – 27, 2012  and at other CSC Events.