Dark Dreams
5 March - 20 March 2010
Noel-Baza Fine Art, San Diego, California, USA

Dark Dreams, is a comprehensive 12 year survey of Hugo Crosthwaite's complex drawings, at Noel-Baza Fine Art, in Little Italy.

This exhibit is presnted in conjuction with the SDMA's exhibition of Hugo Crosthwaite's works entitled Brutal Beauty, which continues through mid July 2010.

Crosthwaite’s solo and collective exhibitions have traveled extensively in the United States and Mexico. His work was selected by Carter Foster (Curator of Drawings at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art) for inclusion in the 22nd International Juried Show at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. His recent 2009 solo exhibition at Pierogi Gallery in New York and his monumental drawing at Boffo Projects were described by the Village Voice as "Caravaggio-like drama and edging toward surrealism, the wondrous graphite-and charcoal scenes of urban existence-by a superb draftsman-are like illustrations for a latter day Dante."

Dark Dreams with Hugo Crosthwaite - Exhibition Reception

Hugo Crosthwaite: Escaparate de Tijuana #3

Escaparate de Tijuana #3, 2004
graphite and charcoal on wood panel
6 x 8 inches