Then and Now

Formly a meat packing plant, then a cookie factory, Popps Packing is now an experimental art venue and studio that host seasonal indoor/outdoor installations, exhibitions, and performances.
--photo by Marvin Shaouni

Monday, May 16, 2011

Popps Packing Presents: 6/6/6 and Resistance is Futile

Opening Reception May 28, 2011, 7-11 PM

In the Gallery:

6/6/6: Six Artist, Six Cities, Six Connections

With the proliferation of social networking and technology-based
communication, making real connections becomes more important
than ever. Each artist in this exhibition has selected one other artist who
lives and works in a different community, forming a network of local art
communities and creating personal and global connections among
artists. Appropriately for a show about drawing connections, the show takes the
drawn line as its subject and features artists from all over the country.

Artists include: Jeff Badger, Portland, ME; Carl Baratta, Chicago, IL;
Amanda Curreri, San Francisco, CA; Joanne Lef rak, Santa Fe, NM;
Kathy Leisen, Detroit, MI; and Dan Schank, Philadelphia, PA

In the Garden:

Resistance is Futile:
Art that embodies perseverance in the face of adversity

Artists: OmniCorp Detroit,
Apetechnology, Steven Kuypers and Jeff Karolski

1 comment:

  1. I personally think that collaborations amongst 2 or more artists should always be welcomed. They produce a massive combo of various genres all under one roof. Hence, we fans do not need to be moving around to catch a glimpse of each individual artist as they have all cooperated to come together on one platform.