Wed Sep 11, 8:00 PM - Thu Sep 12, 11:30 PM
City Point Building, 445 Albee Square West, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Community: Brooklyn


Please join us on Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 at The House of Wax Bar for Ashley Rose Couture & Ryan Matthew Cohn‘s return to New York Fashion Week.

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”This is Human” is inspired by the works of Hieronymus Bosch. “Bosch remains one of the most notable apocalyptic painters of the world and one of art’s first visionary geniuses. Hieronymus Bosch is most celebrated for his detail-drenched and symbolic narrative renditions of the dance between heaven and hell through biblical-themed landscapes upon which play a revolving cast of fantastical, and often macabre humans, animals, monsters, and make-believe creatures. His paintings demonstrate our age-old tales of morality and the eventual fate of all sinners who succumb to the pleasures and perversity of the ego. These timeless stories, masterfully portrayed upon canvas in Bosch’s impeccably steady hand, continue to challenge interpretation as well as position the artist as one of the canon’s first original thinkers.”

Ashley Rose is a Boston based avant-garde designer who is best known for blurring the line between visual arts and fashion design. Her newest collection, "This is Human" is heavily inspired by the worlds of dreams and nightmares Bosch created. “Behind physical loveliness and agreeable sensations often lurked death and damnation.”

Set Design and Museum is curated by Ryan Matthew Cohn

Ryan Matthew Cohn is perhaps best known for his educated opinions and consultation on the Science Channel show "Oddities". However, it is Ryan's ability to prepare, create, craft, and provide unparalleled attention to detail in this subject matter that makes him a true artisan. It's his stunning preparations that have helped him to solidify a place in the fine art world. {}

Venue: House of Wax

Combining mixology with the macabre, House of Wax is Brooklyn’s newest, and most curious, full-service bar. Based on the panoptica touring attractions of the late 1800s, House of Wax exhibits a rare selection of waxwork sculptures featuring life-size, realistic displays of anatomy, pathology, anthropology and even death masks of famous (and infamous) celebrities. A wholly unique spot to meet your friends, House of Wax features a full menu, cocktails, beers and so much to see. {}

located on the 4th floor across from Alamo Drafthouse NYC Cinema ticketing and

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