Kardashian-approved artist Marko Stout’s latest exhibition
Slam Magazine called his work the “hottest art in NYC!”, Social Magazine said he was “reinventing Pop Art”, Chicago Tribune hailed his work “dark, gritty and raw” and Paper Magazine called his work “The Art of Cool”. Now we’re having our say about the amazing Marko Stout.
NYC-based, internationally acclaimed artist Marko Stout has finally arrived at Film Daily. The iconoclastic artist, who has been compared to Andy Warhol, is unveiling his upcoming exhibition at the Tribeca Gallery, NYC and we’re living for it.
On December 5th, you’ll have the chance to view Marko Stout’s latest exhibition, Erotic Allure Volume 3, a “high-definition video installation presented in 20 monitors.” Rub shoulders with the glitterati, the literati and the celebutantes of NYC.
At this event you’ll mix with NYC’s hottest artists, Marko Stout’s inspirational models, celebrity fans, collectors, and dealers. We’re calling it the last great NYC art event of the decade. Don’t believe us? Here’s what our favorite celebrities have said about Marko Stout’s work:
Our very favorite queen RuPaul couldn’t help herself when she saw Marko’s work. She proclaimed his art as the ultimate in “charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent”. Caitlyn Jenner of Keeping Up With The Kardashians exclaimed she’s “very excited for Marko Stout’s exhibition”. Snooki from MTV’s Jersey Shore was beyond herself with excitement. “Marko Stout, I love your artwork! You’re awesome!!”
Charlie Sheen thinks this artwork is winning. “Marko Stout is a freaking genius! His Art is fabulous!” Our favorite RuPaul’s Drag Race judge and one of the original Queer Eye experts, Carson Kressley, said “I’m a huge art fan of Marko Stout! It’s amaze-balls!”
Marko Stout’s work is “an immortalisation of industrial pop glamour; a snapshot of those rare epiphanous vibrant moments when our realities can bleed color and juxtaposition. It stretches beyond encapsulation of aesthetic and extends to an offering of meaning and an extension of culture.”
Marko promises us an exhibition where “the urban landscapes and the people who find rapture in the abstraction of monotony are deftly depicted in the images which violently flips narratives of the human condition.
“With a contemporary gaze, Stout salaciously invites the viewer to explore the darker, grittier facets of sexuality whilst alluding to the paradigm-shifting mesmerism which can be found if you allow your vision to fall into the beauty of exploration, expression and erotica.”
If you’re looking for an NYC experience void of smoke and mirrors, the art Marko Stout has lustrously created “blinks with resonant realism”. Who doesn’t want to attend an event that NBC’s Today Show called “cool, sexy & chic?” This exhibition will take you away from the comfort of “archaic Pop Art” and into an experience of unadulterated love.