This April marks the one year anniversary of The Bunnyman Bridge Collective curating art exhibitions at Epicure Café. Come celebrate with us this Friday with a new art exhibition entitled Pandemic. Curated by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective, Pandemic brings together a remarkable group of artists working in a variety of media. Friday, April 24, from 8pm to midnight, spend an evening with artists:
Alejandro Padilla (Atomic Blowfish)
The artists of Pandemic invite you to explore infectious ideas, concepts, and elements through an investigation of the hypnotic and contagious aspects of our everyday realities and fantasies. Crossing boundaries of perception, communication, and transmission, Pandemic evokes a vivid dreamlike intensity through line, color, chaos, and control.
Live music by The Trash Mammals, an arts collective from Fairfax, VA. Their members include a horse, a pig, a chimpanzee, a werewolf, and a couple of humans. Their sound can be described as a sonic mint julep on a cool spring evening.
Epicure Café, located at 11104 Lee Highway in Fairfax, VA, is open 7 days a week from 5 – midnight. Pandemic will be on view at Epicure Café from April 24, 2015 through June 20, 2015.
Epicure Café is pleased to present a new art exhibition entitled Subliminal. Curated by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective, Subliminal brings together an eclectic group of artists working in a variety of media. Saturday, February 7, from 8pm to midnight, spend an evening with artists David Barr, Abner (A. J.) De Jesus, Justyne Fischer, Toni Hitchcock, Richard McMurry, Javier Padilla, Veronica Perez, Matt Riegner, Julia Rivera, and Asad ULTRA Walker.
Below the threshold of our conscious minds lives a world of images that flow and flash but are left only partially processed or entirely unprocessed by our psyche. Subliminal tempts you to delve into concepts of perception, imagination, play, consumption, and memory through an enveloping new collection of art. The artists of Subliminal invite you to inhabit a world immersed in inspiration from pop culture, dream-life, myth, religion, deep memory, and everyday lived experience.
Music for the evening will be provided by The Shadow Girl Sound Collective. A foursome with an affinity for sharp corners and crooked lines, The Shadow Girl Sound Collective begins with a charcoal hologram of a post-jazz, post-hip-hop, pre-apocalyptic world and arrives at off-axis melodies, pulled by the leash of an insatiable groove and delivered with the essential sting of a horn.
Epicure Café, located at 11104 Lee Highway in Fairfax, VA, is open 7 days a week from 5 – midnight. Subliminal will be on view at Epicure Café from February 7, 2015 through April 18, 2015.
Epicure Café is pleased to present a new art exhibition entitled Fallen. Curated by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective, Fallen brings together eight remarkable local artists.
Saturday, October 11, from 8pm to midnight, spend an evening with artists Lina Alattar, David Barr, Alex Beck, Michael Brown, Abner De Jesus, Javier Padilla, Kathy Turner, and Asad ULTRA Walker.
Music for the opening reception will include the unique and darkly ethereal electronic sounds of local indie project Den-Mate.
Fallen calls to mind a haunting and gorgeous otherworldly autumnal embrace of dismantling degeneration. This new exhibition explores not only an unfolding of new desires and the yearning that comes with the change of seasons, but also the dark spaces of our imaginations and relationships regarding decay, the fallen world, falling from grace, and fallen women. What tricks are at play in the turn of a season? What is real in this supposed postlapsarian world? What is fantasy? What illusions do we fall for in the midst of our everyday? What lush and luminous tarnished treasure can be found only through the process of rust, corrosion, destruction, and descent?
Epicure Café, located at 11104 Lee Highway in Fairfax, VA, is open 7 days a week from 5 – midnight. Fallen will be on view at Epicure Café from October 11 through December 5.
Image Credit: David Barr, Pavow, mixed media on canvas, 24” x 24”