Anthony Lister – Solo Exhibition Never Odd or Even Part 2
Including an interview of a great musician: Carla Azar
Carla Azar was involved in the exhibition Never Odd or Even, she perfomed during the opening night of the show under the direction of Anthony Lister.
She is an American musician and a member of the band Autolux. She is known primarily for playing drums and singing in Autolux. She has also collaborated with the artist/painter Mark Whalen, (also known as Kill Pixie) on several art exhibitions from 2009-2011, creating music for installation rooms for the artist. Carla played drums on Jack White’s latest album, Blunderbuss, and has also been touring with Jack White throughout 2012.
Anthony Lister was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1979 and he received his BFA at Queensland College of Art in 2001. He was a pioneering force in the stencil and street art movement in Brisbane before moving to New York City in 2003 to apprentice under Max Gimblett. He employs a sophisticated, fine art, painterly style in both his street art and his works exhibited inside galleries. High and low culture clash in his paintings, drawings, and installations where boorish superheroes, flirtatious ballerinas, bad-tempered old masters, and imperious vamps raucously coexist. With exhibitions worldwide, Lister’s latest shows in Milan and Los Angeles have turned his focus back to the human form, and more specifically, the female figure as ballerina. An interesting counterpoint to the recent Degas show in London, Lister presents a more rough-hewn, but surprisingly delicate take on the dancer’s body. Today, he lives and works in Brisbane and is represented exclusively by the Robert Fontaine Gallery.