- 16 x 20 inches
- © 2014
- Oil on Panel
- Framed to 17 x 21 inches
About the Exhibition:
Modern Eden Gallery is pleased to present UNIVERSE: The Art of Existence, a multi-artist exhibition curated and conceived byWarholian’s founder, Michael Cuffe.
This exhibit brings together artists from San Francisco and beyond on the subject of space, the cosmos, galaxies, celestial bodies, planets, stars, and more. Also explored is the larger outer paradigm of the Universe that relates to things of an atomic scale, such as elements of quantum physics, atoms, and energy streams. Each artist has been encouraged to interpret the Universe itself as either an outer or inner world
Michael Cuffe spent 8 years in the Hollywood film industry working for Paramount Studios, as well as other large scale production houses, specializing in feature film development on films such as Constantine, Speed Racer, and various large budget features. After that Cuffe moved into consulting Silicon Valley based .com’s on viral marketing campaigns, SEO (search engine optimization) techniques, creative ad and media campaigns, as well as film production ranging from commercials to extended length media pieces.
Michael Cuffe is currently the Editor in Chief of the contemporary arts documentation project Warholian, which focuses on new and emerging artists around the world. Cuffe has organized a creative crew of writers and photographers to join him in the documenting the ever evolving world of art through studio visits and interviews with the artists themselves.
Cuffe is also an accomplished contemporary mixed media artist best known for his collage styled paper works that are often painted in multiple layers. His fine art work first gained notoriety during the Obama campaign, when his painting “The Hopeful Hearts Club,” his take on The Beatles Sgt. Pepper Album, spread worldwide grabbing the attention of mainstream news media. It received a special White House invitational viewing, has been published multiple times in both books and magazines, and was part of Shepard Fairey’s Manifest Hope gallery exhibitions.