Jeremy Penn Paintings

SHE INSPIRES to Exhibit Penn's Mirrored Homages to Feminine Power

SHE INSPIRES to Exhibit Penn's Mirrored Homages to Feminine Power

The Untitled Space gallery is pleased to present group exhibition, SHE INSPIRES, curated by Indira Cesarine, featuring the work of 60 contemporary artists with works revolving around inspirational women that have made a positive impact.

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AVANT ARTE X GUY HEPNER TO EXHIBIT TOP NYC ARTISTS

AVANT ARTE X GUY HEPNER TO EXHIBIT TOP NYC ARTISTS

Guy Hepner Contemporary Art Gallery and Avant Arte announce the collaborative exhibition featuring Jeremy Penn, Angelina China, Gareb Shamus, Jason Dussault, and more.

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Vice & Virtue: Sensuality and Sin in Art

Vice & Virtue: Sensuality and Sin in Art

NYC Artist Jeremy Penn Explores the Divinity of Immorality

What is sin, exactly? From an early age, we’re trained to recognize wrong-doing and bad behavior. It is ingrained into our psyche by our parents, our teachers, our neighbors and our friends. Most of us, when quizzed, would state that we understand what sin is, and what it means to be sinful. But how well do we actually comprehend the nature of naughtiness? More to the point, do we secretly take delight in delicious devilry?

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Vice & Virtue Opening in Toronto

Vice & Virtue Opening in Toronto

In Vice & Virtue Jeremy chose to blend modernity with pervading sexual attitudes. He has deliberately referenced the bold, brash colors of graffiti – as it’s so often on our street corners and alleyways that we find truth in art; unashamed representations of sex and sin. The viewer is not only confronted with a deliberately thought-provoking word, they’re forced to see themselves as part of the image, through their reflection in the piece itself. 

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Narcissism and Art

Narcissism and Art

There’s nothing new about narcissism; in either human evolution or art.

Since time immemorial, we have been captivated by the sight our own image. The first mirrors, made of polished obsidian, date from as early as 6000 BC; remarkably, it took mankind a further 2500 years to get round to inventing the wheel. Apparently it would seem that even then, the image took precedence over all else; and that appearances were of the utmost importance.

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