Thursday, January 29, 2009

Mark Your Calendar: Irana Douer at Rare Device

Opening Saturday, January 31: Argentinian illustrator and painter Irana Douer's first-ever U.S. solo show, Hidden Treasures, at San Francisco's Rare Device.

Douer, who hails from Buenos Aires and is only 25, creates vibrantly colorful portraits of women that are at once innocent and sinister. The artist "is interested in how relationships, particular situations, or even ordinary things can affect a woman's life. Hidden Treasures ... explore(s) what's hidden, different and mysterious."

The opening reception (with Douer in attendance) is Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m., and the show will be up at Rare Device through March 3. If you're not in the area, check the Rare Device website to purchase Douer's original works online.

See more of Douer's artwork right here -- and click here to check out prints and household items bearing her illustrations.


freshpinkstyle said...

Love her stuff. Thanks for the heads up!

joanita said...

Great! You should take a look at the interview I did with her recently!



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