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Dangerous Women Exhibition

The Dangerous Women exhibition ran in parallel, at the Fumiyart Gallery in Tokyo, Japan from the 2nd to the 18th November 2001, and at Dept South in Osaka from the 3rd to the 18th of November 2001. This solo exhibition of Josh Agle’s work included twenty-three new paintings, an exclusive show print, and a handbag that was created in collaboration with Paul Frank.

The sixteen original acrylic and vinyl paint on wood panel paintings exhibited at the Fumiyart Gallery in Tokyo were as follows.

The Smiling Widow (12″ x 28″),

The Graceful Assasin (12″ x 28″)

The Dearly Departed (14″ x 23″)

The Gentleman Caller (Fourth Date) (15″ x 19″)

Woman with Skeleton #2 (8″ x 18″)

Vice Monkeys (10″ x 19″)

Salome’s Gift (12″ x 18″)

Julius And Rita #1 (9″ x 16″)

Hudson River Cruise (11″ x 16″)

The Birth of Venus (after Boticelli) (12″ x 19″)

Woman On Tiki (8″ x 24″),

Pink Racer (11″ x 19″)

The Sun Also Rises (15″ x 18″)

Mombassa’s Bodyguard (12″ x 19″)

The Artist Confused (16″ x 16″)

Prelude To Domestic Disturbance (17″ x 21″)

The seven original acrylic and vinyl paint on wood panel paintings exhibited at Dept South in Osaka were as follows.
The Fashionable Terrorist (12″ x 24″)

Woman with Skeleton #1 (8″ x 18″)

Volcano Goddess (8″ x 15″)

Beatnik Diary (14″ x 18″)

Scooter Rally (12″ x 16″)

The Magic Trumpet (11″ x 16″)

Julius And Rita #2 (12″ x 16″)

Josh Agle and Paul Frank collaborated to create the Julius and Rita Handbag. This vinyl bag was created in a limited edition of 350, retailed for $295 USD, was hand signed by both artists. The handbags were only available in Japan, but a few were imported into the USA for sale on the Switched On Gallery’s website

The exclusive Dangerous Women show print is sized 18″ by 27″ and was created in a limited edition of 200 copies plus 30 artist proofs. This six-color serigraph is hand signed and numbered by Shag and retailed for $100 USD.
A t-shirt was also producted for the Dangerous Women exhibition.

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