ALIVE On The Scene: Fantich & Young At projects+gallery

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

The scene at Fantich & Young’s Apex Predator/Darwinian Voodoo opening at projects+gallery was an intense one: Teeth clung to the bottom of lace-up oxfords; a furry object was slumped over one the corner; a molar-lined sink wrapped in leather in the other. Was this a scene of a haunted house? A torture chamber? Well, not exactly.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

East London-based artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young made their US debut of “Apex Predator/Darwinian Voodoo” an impressive fete. Fashion and art fans alike flocked to projects+gallery in the Central West End to toast the occasion, which was filled with the artists unique creations and wares in a “storefront” style setting. Guests were blown away by the intricacy of the creations, each of which toed—quite literally—the fine line between fashion and art.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

 

Photo by Brandon Halley.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

 

Photo by Paige Whitehead.

Photo by Paige Whitehead.

 

Photo by Brandon Halley.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

 

Photo by Paige Whitehead.

Photo by Paige Whitehead.

 

Photo by Brandon Halley.

Photo by Brandon Halley.

 

The artists (center) with Kelly Peck and Susan Barrett. Photo by Brandon Halley.

The artists (center) with Kelly Peck and Susan Barrett. Photo by Brandon Halley.

Head over to projects+gallery to take a look for yourself in case you missed it!

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