This exhibition showcases the work of New York based photographer Krys Fox.
Since 1999, Krys’s work has been displayed in numerous galleries including Rick Castro’s Antebellum Galllery, The Hive, The LGBT Centres of Los Angeles and San Francisco in California, The Splatterpool Art Space and Tribes Gallery in New York.
In 2012, he has had a series of shots published in the coffee table book D.R.A.G. featuring shots he did with NYC legend Joey Arias, a portfolio of images in a pair of Bruno Gmunder coffee table books (GEAR and C.U.M.), numerous spreads (and 5 covers) for NEXT DOOR MAGAZINE, a series of shots of model Melanie Gaydos in TRY STATE MAGAZINE, as well as now yearly entries in the Annual POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE Gallery Exhibition/Benefit for Visual AIDS.
He exhibited new works as part of ART TAKES TIMES SQUARE on a billboard in the middle of Times Square, NYC in June 2012 and in August 2012, he was one of three New York based artists – the others being photographer Walt Cessna and painter Scooter LaForge – to exhibit at the prestigious CUBE Gallery for Manchester Pride under the banner of Wolfpack: Man 2 Man.
As an artist, Krys has a unique vision and creates dreamlike worlds of mythical beasts and lithe bodies, sexually charged movie fantasy scenes, iconic portraits that get straight to the heart of each subject and playful representations of everyday urban wonders that catch his exceptional eye.
This exhibition contains some of Krys’s work from his critically acclaimed “STYX” series as well as his artistic triumph and labour of love “31 Days of Halloween”.
The show is produced by Paul Darling and Peter Gwyn (of Two Little Birds), who have exhibited works by other prestigious artists such as New York’s Walt Cessna, Scooter LaForge and Krys Fox and Manchester’s David Hoyle and Lee Baxter and who produce QWERTY, a literary event that sees esteemed authors, poets, screenwriters and journalists perform readings and discuss their work in front of live audiences.
Dates for FOX ON THE RUN are as follows : Friday 10th May 2013 (Private View by Invitation Only), Saturday 11th May 12pm – 3pm and Tuesday 14th May 10am – 5pm