Ron English Guernica Recap

At Allouche Gallery: 82 Gansevoort St NYC

This past week, Ron’s Guernica show debuted at Allouche Gallery in New York City.

The Guernica is a template that Ron uses to project the chaos of our war with consumerism in a way that’s easier to absorb with the approachable images and familiar icons of his work.

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This show featured large scale Guernica originals, now open to the public. Picasso’s Guernica came to life through the vibrant lens of the Ron English perspective.

Temper Tot stood loud and clear in a few of these huge oil paintings, making large scale mischief.

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The opening was a massive gathering of collectors, friends, family and press.

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fernando0079 found his baby picture.

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Howie Mandel also made a stop at the gallery to check out the show!

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The girls may be candid but Temper Tot is looking straight into your soul.

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angeladatre got some great shots at the opening.

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Ron English and Eric Allouche.

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The creative minds behind the Allouche Gallery presented a friendly and beautiful space for these massive Guernica renditions, new friends and old to connect.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see these pieces for yourself in NYC for a limited time.