Mirus Gallery Presents: Anamorphic Portraiture

Event has passed (Tue Jun 20, 2017 - Sat Jul 8, 2017)
Mirus Gallery
12noon - 5pm


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Mirus Gallery is pleased to present Anamorphic Portraiture, an abstract fgurative group exhibition.

The opening reception will be Friday, June 16th, 7pm-10 pm, the exhibition is free and open to the public for viewing through July 8th, 2017.

About the Show

Anamorphic Portraiture Mirus Gallery is pleased to present Anamorphic Portraiture, a dynamic exhibition featuring acclaimed international and regional contemporary artists working within the realm of disrupted portraiture. We currently live in world wrought with overstimulation, rapid consumption, and mental illness that often causes one to question what defnes an individual’s sense of identity. Science has shown that identity is largely tied to perceptual and neurological representation of facial features.
This exhibition brings into question what part of identity is brought to surface or manipulated when the facial features of a fgure are morphed, de/re-constructed, or masked. The artists exhibiting in this group show consistently use methods of abstraction to create portraits representing facial tensions of inner confict, emotional confusion, mental anguish, existential dread or even psychosis.

Artists exhibiting
Adam Caldwell
Akira Beard
Alexandra Levasseur
Angel 41
Benjamin Carbonne
Bohdan Burenko
Brett Amory
Colin Blades
Clayton Brothers
Dan Hampe
Eric Haacht
Frans Smit
Jennifer Nherbass
Joseph Lee
Joseph Loughborough
Marco Rea
Stefaan De Crook
Tobias Krueger
Wyatt Mills

About The Gallery Mirus Gallery is a dynamic exhibition space in the heart of downtown San Francisco, championing new movements in contemporary art. Established by curator and art dealer, Paul Hemming, the gallery features a program of contemporary artwork by emerging and mid- career artists in both solo and thematically organized group shows. Mirus Gallery aims to engage viewers on a sentient, emotional and evocative level, highlighting work that emphasizes technical skill and process.


  1. Mirus Gallery 540 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA