25 March, 2010

Still, Life. Works by Jesse Hlebo

Peanut Gallery is pleased to present the work of Jesse Hlebo in a solo exhibition entitled Still, Life. Addressing the themes of fear, value and loss, rejection and pain, Hlebo’s work is a result of multiple processes of mediation and removal; layering damage upon damage and challenging notions of what defines the seemingly perfect nature of mass-reproduction. For his exhibition, Hlebo utilizes screen prints, videos, and audio to create a focused viewing experience in a subtly frustrating environment.

Jesse Hlebo (b. 1988) is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He has had solo and group exhibitions across the U.S. and in Japan. Most recently, Jesse curated the inaugural MtyMx All Ages Art and Music Festival in Monterrey, Mexico. He is the editor of _ Quarterly, an experimental arts and literature publication and is also the founder of Swill Children, a small press/record label that facilitates online projects in conjunction with physical components. Jesse is currently working on a collaborative book with Milano Chow/Medium Rare. In May 2010, Jesse will receive a BFA in Photography at Parsons The New School For Design.


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