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Alex Doolan’s Mud Doctors: a story in two chapters, told with paint

Alex Doolan’s Mud Doctors: a story in two chapters, told with paint

Chapter One: January 12 – February 9, 2012
Chapter Two: February 16 – March 15, 2012

Location: The ArtBridge Drawing Room
526 W. 26th Street, 502a (btwn. 10 and 11 aves)

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I’ve been thinking what to do wit’ my future. I could be a mud doctor. Checkin’ out the eart’. Underneat’. – Days of Heaven (1978)

The ArtBridge Drawing Room is very proud to debut the work of artist Alex Doolan and his whimsical six-painting narrative series, Mud Doctors. Doolan’s large, loose, colorful canvases catapult the viewer into the thick of the high-stakes drama taking place inside his weird and extraordinarily sincere world, where mud, (yes, mud) is rushed to a hospital underneath the earth’s surface with a mystery ailment whose remedy only the mud doctors can supply.  

Taking its cues from his affection for storytelling, The ArtBridge Drawing Room will present Doolan’s Mud Doctors in two, three-painting, chapters. 
Chapter One will be on view through Thursday, February 9 and Chapter Two, from February 16th to March 15, 2012. 


ABOUT ALEX DOOLAN: Alex Doolan was born in Singapore and has lived all over the world, from Hong Kong to Belgium to New Jersey. First a psychology major at Manhattanville College, Purchase, he switched to the BFA track with a concentration in painting after taking an art class during his first semester. He is currently a candidate for his MFA in Painting and Drawing at Brooklyn College. Mud Doctors is the first solo exhibition of his work.

Curated by ArtBridge.

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