|Eric Inkala's work in studio|
This Saturday, Brooklyn-based mural artist and painter (and former Twin Cities
resident) Eric Inkala returns to Minneapolis for the opening of a new
solo exhibition, "Eric Inkala: Chaos Complex," at Public Functionary.
The show will feature 12 to 14 original paintings and a
Inkala's work has
roots in graffiti, but in recent years his graphic style has been further simplified, distilled down to its essential elements of pastel colors and flat,
two-dimensional shapes. The upcoming exhibition at Public
Functionary marks the debut of a new series of paintings that Inkala, a self-taught artist,
has assembled over a two-month period in consultation with the show's
curator, Tricia Khutoretsky.
"This is my first exhibit in Minneapolis in five years," says Inkala.
"So it's going to be interesting to see people's response to where my
work has gone since relocating to Brooklyn. "More »