We’re incredibly excited to announce that artist ERIC WHITE will be producing this event's Dolbee toy, and doing an exhibition for all three days at the event ahead of his show "LP" at Sloan Fine Art, 9/16, NYC. White was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He attended The Rhode Island School of Design and received his BFA in 1990. Following graduation, White spent ten years in San Francisco. Since 2000, he has been living and working in New York. White is known for his painstaking craftsmanship, complex compositions, and distorted figurative style. His work is heavily influenced by dreams and metaphysics (namely the work of Jane Roberts and Seth), and references vintage Hollywood, high art, and low pop culture.
He has shown extensively in galleries and museums around the world such as Freight + Volume, Clementine, and Feigen Contemporary in New York, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris, and The MACRO Museum in Rome. A collection of his work, “It Feeds Itself,” was published in 2003, followed by a book based on his solo exhibition “Who Are Parents?” in 2005.