Recap: Wasted Rita ”As Happy As Sad Can Be” Solo Exhibition at the Underdogs Gallery

The Underdogs Platform is hosting, once again, a Solo Exhibition by the artist Wasted Rita. The opening took place on the 20th October and we were there to give our support. The exhibition will be available until the 18th of November 2017.

Check out the photos below.

 

Upcoming: Wasted Rita ” As Happy As Sad Can Be” Solo Exhibition at the Underdogs Gallery

The Underdogs Platform is preparing, once again, a Solo Exhibition by Wasted Rita, taking place from the 20th October to the 18th of November 2017 at the Underdogs Gallery.

Event details:

Date: From the 20th October to the 18th of November 2017
Location: Underdogs Public Art Gallery – Rua Fernando Palha, Armazém 56
1950–132, Lisbon • Portugal
Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 2pm – 8pm
Cost of entry: Free admission

Opening reception with the artist: Friday, 20 October 2017, 7pm – 10pm
You can RSVP via Facebook HERE.

Press release information:

“Underdogs Gallery is proud to present “As Happy As Sad Can Be”, a solo exhibition by Portuguese visual artist Wasted Rita in Lisbon, Portugal. Constituting yet another instalment of the life-based narrative that Wasted Rita has been sharing with us in recent years, “As Happy As Sad Can Be” is about facing and embracing sadness in a fun way; about playing with fake happiness while being fundamentally sad. According to the artist, the metaphor that best illustrates this idea is the image of a dog happily wallowing in a pool of mud – where the artist is the dog, the mud is her negativity and the act of wallowing is her art.

About the artist:
Portuguese visual artist and illustrator Wasted Rita (1988) has been amassing a huge following since starting her blog “Rita Bored” back in 2011. The self-styled “natural born agent provocateur” likes to observe, reflect, write and draw, pouring forth little gems of mordant wisdom, reflecting an unconventional upbringing in a Catholic school to the sound of Black Flag. Her angst-ridden poetic invectives on contemporary life, popular culture, and human behaviour have been finding their way into magazines, books, exhibitions and art commissions in a growing number of countries around the world.
http://www.wastedrita.com

(Source: Here)

More information at:

Exhibition Facebook Event: Here

Wasted Rita Website: Here

Underdogs Gallery Website: Here

Underdogs Gallery Facebook Page: Here

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