The Museum of Fine Arts at FSU shows "Cute and Creepy"

artwork: Chris Mars - "To Vanquish Dogma", 2008 - Oil on panel - 20" x 24" - - Courtesy the artist. On view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University in Tallahassee from October 14th until November 20th in "Cute and Creepy".

Tallahassee, FL.- The Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University is proud to present “Cute and Creepy” on view from October 14th through November 20th. With the recent and publicly-celebrated exhibitions of Tim Burton at MoMA and Edward Gorey at the Wadsworth Athenaeum, curator Carrie Ann Baade feels that now is the time to revel in the genre of the macabre. “Cute and Creepy” features works in a variety of media by 25 contemporary artists including Jon Beinart, Kelly Boehmer, Scott G. Brooks, Ray Caesar, Kate Clark, Timothy Cummings, Lori Field, Laurie Hogin, Mark Hosford, Jessica Joslin, Richard A. Kirk, Kris Kuksi, Laurie Lipton, Travis Louie, Chris Mars, Elizabeth McGrath, Kathie Olivas, Marion Peck, Judith Schaechter, Greg Simkins, Heidi Taillefer, Christian Rex van Minnen, Martin Wittfooth, Thomas Woodruff and Chet Zar.