Check out Wes Anderson–inspired artworks on view in Chelsea

The Joseph Gross Gallery hosts Spoke Art's "Bad Dads" exhibition this August with art influenced by Anderson's films
By Howard Halle |
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Are you a fan of Wes Anderson? If so, you should head over to Joseph Gross Gallery in Chelsea. The gallery will be hosting “Bad Dads,” a Wes Anderson tribute exhibition, featuring more than 70 artists, each of whom is contributing artworks inspired by characters and places from Wes Anderson’s films. Just about everyone and everything in Anderson’s cinematic universe is given a shout-out, from Margot in The Royal Tenenbaums to Zero, the lobby boy from The Grand Budapest Hotel. The show originated at the Spoke Art gallery in San Francisco several years ago, but this is its first time in New York. You better hurry, though: The show is only up from August 7–9, 2015.

Kemi Mai, "Suzy"

Kemi Mai, Suzy

Chelsea O'Byrne, "Khaki Crusade"

Chelsea O'Byrne, Khaki Crusade

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Dean Stuart, "Make Yours Like Mine"

Dean Stuart, Make Yours Like Mine

Martine Johanna, "Oh..Margot"

Martine Johanna, Oh..Margot

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Meghan Stratman, "Hot Box"

Meghan Stratman, Hot Box

Jayde Fish, "The Sweet Lime"

Jayde Fish, The Sweet Lime

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Jayde Fish, "The Sweet Lime"

Jayde Fish, The Sweet Lime

Veronica Fish, "One of the Worst Students We've Got"

Veronica Fish, One of the Worst Students We've Got

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Max Dalton, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"

Max Dalton, The Grand Budapest Hotel

Rebecca Mason Adams, "Agatha"

Rebecca Mason Adams, Agatha

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Matt Chase, The! Life! Aquatic!

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Joshua Budich, The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Rebecca Mason Adams, "Gustave"

Rebecca Mason Adams, Gustave

Ivonna Buenrostro, What's Wrong With You?

Ivonna Buenrostro, What's Wrong With You?

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Reuben Negron, "Room #403"

Reuben Negron, Room #403

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