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Gallery: 'Not All Doors Are the Same'

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Though the Surrealist movement is over a hundred years old, the aesthetics and ideas that so invigorated its creators remain strikingly relevant to contemporary artists. Eleven such artists - working in the media of painting, sculpture, and installation - gather for Booth Gallery's new exhibition Not All Doors Are the Same, and though not all eleven self-identify as Surrealist, each uses some variation on the primary themes of Surrealism, and traffic in the same kind of disturbing imagery and haunted beauty.

We've selected a few highlights from the show; Not All Doors Are The Same is on view through December 7th at Booth Gallery in New York City.

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Ronit Baranga

My Artemis (On the Wall), 2019

Clay, Acrylic Paint

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Miles Johnston

Wounded, 2019

Graphite on Natural Stonehenge Paper

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Dasha Shishkin

Excitement, Trout, in The Public Trousers, 2018

Charcoal, acrylic on myla

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Adam Miller

The Fall Of Troy, 2019

Oil on Linen

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Rob Zeller

The Courtship, 2019

Oil on Linen

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Inka Essenhigh

Power Plant, 2016

Enamel on Panel

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Jamie Adams

Blondie Bubba and His Rainbow World, 2018

Oil on Linen

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Martin Wittfooth

The Moon, 2019

Oil on Canvas

Not All Doors Are The Same is on view through December 7th at Booth Gallery, located at 325 W 38th St #1 in New York City.