More Dissed Disney In José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros’ Profanity Pop

José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros' Profanity Pop

Now showing at the La Luz De Jesus Gallery is an exhibit of paintings featuring Disney characters doing very unDisney-like things. Uncouth, corrupt and compromising Disney Princesses, Princes, Villians and Mickey et al are featured in Profanity Pop. The show is yet another of artist José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros’ ongoing theme of disenchanting, disillusioning and just plain dissing Disney’s animated characters.

José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros’ Profanity Pop

José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros (who sometimes goes by Rodolfo Loaiza) has been painting Disney’s beloved animated characters indulging, imbibing and in flagranté for years now. Previous shows of his on this theme include DisHollywood, Disenchanted, Disasterland.

postcards and promos for Ontiveros’ previous shows on the same theme

José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros’ Profanity Pop

The gallery describes the Profanity Pop exhibit as follows: “With Profanity Pop, Rodolfo pays tribute to specific historical works that have inspired many generations. Universal themes are once again narrated by beloved animated characters, but in the guise of the divine and with all the fragility of martyrs. Away from the paradise of happy endings, the pastel sprinkled drama takes on a vulnerability that juxtaposes subversively with situations never similarly interpreted. The Monarchy of prejudices and taboos crumble in this story. The disenfranchised reach beyond discrimination, and in this narrative no union is sinful or suppressed.”

Below are the paintings photographed from the actual exhibit at La Luz De Jesus Gallery which runs through August 31, 2014.

Many of the paintings in the show have already sold.
Contact Matt Kennedy, Gallery Director for availability and purchase.

La Luz de Jesus Gallery

Rodolfo Loaiza on flickr

photographs from the exhibit are courtesy of the artist’s facebook page

Sponsored Links

[jetpack-related-posts]