RARVT cofounder John Langran (of Wilmington, VT) cut his artist's teeth in the London labourite movement of the 1980s. He moved to New York in the '90s and found his way to Wilmington, VT, about a decade ago where he and his partner opened Jezebels, a pub-style restaurant. From his studio there and makes combination, dadaist art. This show integrates the resistance theme in the form of a month-long evolving work that includes ironies of his work as an artisan labourer on upscale designer projects, snippets of his father as a soldier fighting Hitler in WWII, and elements that speak of his work as an ally in the struggle against racism.
exhibition runs 11 - 30 December 2020 - visit Anchor House website to pre-register to check out John's work