A pop-up project is a series of innovative, curated art exhibitions and events that “pop-up” at various locations throughout Washington, DC. The "a pop-up project's" is curated by local curator and artist advocate Amy Morton of MFA Morton Fine Art.
For its inaugural exhibition a pop-up project will open I Dream Awake from March 26 to May 28, 2010 in the former Numark Gallery space located in Penn Quarter at 625-627 E St NW, Washington, DC 20004.
Exhibiting a variety of media, I Dream Awake explores original artistic expressions of awakened realities and unconscious dreams. Exhibition includes New York artists, Mikel Glass, Kenichi Hoshine and Margaret Bowland; Los Angeles artists Vonn Sumner and Susan Burnstine; and local artists Rosemary Feit Covey, Laurel Hausler, Lizzie Newton and Tim Tate.
Flower Girl, oil on linen, 52 x 44 inches
Artist talk with Margaret Bowland - this Wednesday 5/12, 6pm at 625 E St NW.
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Another Thorny Crown, charcoal & pastel on rag paper, 60 x 48 inches
Murakami Wedding No 2, oil on linen, 78 x 66 inches
Another Thorny Crown III, charcoal & pastel on paper, 67 x 49 inches
Sydney art dealer & writer Michael Reid has written an interesting article for The Art Market Monitor where he talks about trends in artist & gallery relationships, including the proliferation of pop-up, short term, art exhibitions in unorthodox spots.
Letter from Australia
by Michael Reid
A Matrix of Exhibition Behaviours
To read the article click here