22 February – 30 March 2014
Opening reception: Saturday, 22 February , 6 - 8 pm
Gallery hours Friday - Sunday 1-6 pm
Armory Arts week - Bushwick Gallery late night - Saturday March 8, 6-10 pm
Theodore:Art is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Christopher Moss.
I've got nothing to say, do I have to explain myself? What is this, some kind of inquisition?
What do you want? What kind of place do you think this is? What's going on out there
anyway? Who's coming with me? Haven't we been through this before? What's with the
third degree? What are you so defensive about? Who's there? Do you even realize who you're dealing with? Do I look like some kind of an idiot? What's the big idea? Do you know who I am? What the hell? When are we gonna get outta here? I don't have to stand here and take this, do I?
‐ The Mayor of Nowheresville
I think it's going to be next to impossible to monitor that part of it. The Department of Health is probably going to have to make that decision.
‐ Phyllis Poole, assistant District Attorney, Nowheresville
We've had to increase patrol activity up there since this whole thing began.
‐ Wayne Van Volkenflick, Chief of Police, Nowheresville
I'm just worried about the children.
‐ J. B. Fairhope, concerned citizen of Nowheresville
Christopher Moss was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and grew up in rural northeastern
Pennsylvania. He received his MFA from CUNY Brooklyn College in 2006. He lives and works
in New York.
For more information and images, please contact Stephanie Theodore at 212.966.4324 or firstname.lastname@example.org