Yesterday, Saturday the 4th, Morcky opened his newest exhibition at Wolf&Pack in Amsterdam. He was still doing the last touch ups on his wall piece when I came in, together with big delivery of beer, for the opening. A promising start.
The exhibition filled up quickly with the usual faces, as well as some new and interested passerby’s, who checked out the first floor of the Wolf&Pack store. The most bizarre scene presented itself when a group of kilted Scotsmen came in to buy some beer. As the evening progressed Morcky and his creative partner Rocco a.k.a. Boghe premiered their new video creation, featuring a giant killer pheasant, which will be online soon.
Morcky had decided to fill Wolf&Pack’s first floor with paintings from top to bottom, which made them seem like a story-telling comic that the viewer could piece together. What the story is about? No one knows, but it involves a giant pheasant, a scared boy and a lock that protected a secret adventure. The key was right there and had just to be turned.
You can visit the exhibition at Wolf&Pack for the next couple of months, but even without the art this little New York-ean bastion is worth a visit. Just make sure you wont get there before 12 p.m., because Julian, the owner, likes to sleep in and we wouldn’t want you to be disappointed.