Othelo Gervacio
Exhibition: July 13 through July 27, 2011

Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 13th, 7 to 10 pm

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Boredom inspires creation. In Othelo Gervacio’s case, Postboredom is art garnered from his
lingering disenfranchised youth.  Gervacio has held onto the adolescent manifestation of making art and
music because “you hate what is happening around you.”  He states, “Are the only punks left now
‘Fashion punks’?  No thanks, I'd rather I'd sit at home, listen to sludgy metal and paint something dark.”

Othelo Gervacio is a new face in the downtown New York art scene.  After four years under the
wing of tattoo/fine artist Scott Campbell, and prior schooling in the arts, Gervacio has channeled his
experiences to create his own definitive style.  With the use of dark imagery and gothic lettering forms,
his art reflects an influence from the grittier side of tattoo culture, metal music, and lingering teenage

 “PostBoredom,” artwork by Othelo Gervacio runs July 13 through July 27, 2011, at Fuse Gallery, 93
2nd Ave (between 5th & 6th Sts, 2nd Ave stop on the F), NYC, NY. The opening reception, on
Wednesday July 13th, from 7 to 10 pm, is free and open to the public. For more information, contact
Fuse Gallery at 212.777.7988 or fusegall@fusegallerynyc.com