Jean Ferreira and Douglas McCurdy at Lux Contemporary. Photo by JF
An art show surrounded by beautiful Rolls-Royce luxurious cars. Last night, I had a great time at Douglas McCurdy‘s debut exhibit “Basketball is Church” at Lux Contemporary & Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Manhattan on 270 11th Avenue, New York, NY.
Thanks to my friends Patricia O’Neil and Gustavo Fernandez for the beautiful evening of art yesterday.
Here’s some of his work on display
About the artist
Douglas McCurdy is A Multimedia Artist Based In Brooklyn, New York, Who Fuses Basketball Culture With The World Of Art. With A Passion For Surrealism, Douglas’s Photography Transports Viewers To An Imaginative Realm Where Cityscapes, Deserts, Snow, And Other Diverse Landscapes Intertwine With Unexpected Elements Of Basketball.
In His Pursuit To Challenge Conventional Perceptions, Douglas Explores The Question, “What If A Basketball Hoop Was There?” His Work Playfully Incorporates The Motif Of “An Orange Circle Where It Doesn’t Belong,” Encouraging Audiences To Reconsider The Boundaries Between Art And Sports, Reality And Fantasy.
Douglas’s Creations Are Available In Various Formats Including Immersive Installations, Physical Prints, And NFTs on The Solana Blockchain. By Embracing Multiple Mediums, He Invites Viewers To Engage With His Art On Different Levels And Provides Them With Unique Opportunities To Experience The Blend Of Basketball Culture And Artistic Expression.