I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve been invited by Scott Eder Gallery at the Mana Contemporary to put on a show. It’ll be in Fall (Autumn to you/us Brits) so that gives me a little time to sort through over thirty years’ worth of comic art. Inevitably, there’ll be a lot of Laika, Hugo Tate and a fair bit of work probably unknown to my US readership, plus some special and unusual items. Please check out my new Instagram feed, nickabadzisart to get a taste of some of what will be on show.
Dates to be announced! Stay tuned.
Scott’s long association with and excellent reputation for representing the alt-comics scene in and around the New York metropolitan area precedes him. He’s been going since 1997 and also has a long history of exhibiting at major conventions worldwide (US, Canada, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands) and of course via the Internet. He launched his eponymous art gallery online 1997. In 2007, the Scott Eder Gallery space opened in Brooklyn's Dumbo neighborhood and ten years later made the move to Mana Contemporary in Jersey City.
Scott Eder Gallery exhibits focus on Artwork produced and inspired by the groundbreaking comics creators of the past and present, with an important focus given to the distinctive voices and great diversity emanating from the alternative and independent comics scene.