TRIPTYKON Frontman Contributes Death Mask Project To 'The 13th Hour' Exhibition

For the third time this year, elements of TRIPTYKON's Tom Gabriel Warrior's celebrated "Antecedent Death" death mask sculpture project will be on display but this time, as part of the renowned "The 13th Hour" exhibition! This annual group exhibit is held by New York's acclaimed Last Rites Gallery and runs from October 28 through November 27, so be sure to attend while you can! Other featured artists at "The 13th Hour" include: Shawn Barber, Nick Baxter, Matthew Bone, Paul Booth, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Jason D'aquino, Pedro De Kastro, HR Giger, Fred Harper, Naoto Hattori, Michael Hussar, Joka, Sarah Joncas, Aunia Kahn, Eli Livingston, Michael Mararian, Chris Mars, Annie Owens, Chris Peters, Anthony Pontius, Dan Quintana, Matt Rota, Paul Rumsey, Beau Stanton, David Stoupakis, Jasmine Worth, among others.

According to the Last Rites Gallery's press release: "In its annual exhibit, Last Rites sets out to present a broad-spectrum representation of Dark Surrealism. Held during Halloween weekend, the show is the gallery's largest group exhibit, and features renowned artists from around the globe working in an array of mediums including painting, photography, and sculpture. From gothic elegance to finely crafted grotesquery, the beauty within the darkness is embraced and brought into the spotlight."

Warrior's death mask sculptures were previously on public display during "Antecedent Death I" (solo exhibition, Lausanne, Switzerland, February/March 2011) and "Terminus" (group exhibition, Zurich, Switzerland, June/July 2011).

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