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Sloan Fine Art is pleased to present Inner Dialogue, by Kai-lan Chau and we just got some shots of the gallery space today. In those shots were two that caught our attention. Two 4 Foot Tall Characters! I so WANT!. If you guys are in NYC tomorrow, go by the gallery opening.

Front Gallery:
Kai-lan Chau
“Inner Dialogue”
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 27th, 6 to 8 pm
Halloween Costume Contest judged by Kai-lan Chau: Sunday, October 31st, 2pm
Exhibition: October 27 to December 11, 2010*

Reception: Wednesday, October 27th, 6 to 8 pm
Exhibition: October 27 to December 11, 2010

As creator of the wildly popular animated children’s show “Ni Hao, Kai-Lan,” Karen Chau has been delighting viewers (and their parents) with her enchanting artwork and childhood memories for three years. What many people don’t know is that Karen has been creating personal artwork, under her Chinese name Kai-lan Chau, for much longer. These works, executed with Chau’s signature super-flat, colorful style, are edgier, revealing a slightly twisted sense of humor. Yet even as a panda imagines bacon while chatting with a pig and bats float overhead tethered in a kind of bat prison, the overall energy and message of Chau’s work remains infectiously upbeat.

For Inner Dialogue, Karen will produce twenty limited edition prints on paper, three extremely limited edition canvas prints and two limited edition fiberglass sculptures. All proceeds from the sales of one of the print editions will be split between two well deserving charities – Families with Children from China (fwcc.org) and City Critters Rescue (citycritters.org).

Running concurrently with Inner Dialogue, in the project room, is Stuffed Monkeys & Freeze Dried Fauna, new oil paintings and mixed media works on paper by Julia Marchand.

Sloan Fine Art is located at 128 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side. Hours are Wednesday – Sunday, noon – 6, and by appointment.

2 Responses to Kai Lan x Sloan Fine Art

  1. I’ll pass by and get some shots on Thursday! – Looks good

  2. allenc

    oo i want one of them in my house, haha

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