Pish Posh, an eclectic art pop-up next to Akron Art Museum now open as a FRONT synchronized project
Through September 29, Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery have taken over the corner of a historic building in downtown Akron to bring the eclectic pop-up Pish Posh. Just steps from the Akron Art Museum Pish Posh is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5PM as a synchronized project of FRONT (frontart.org).
Gallery view of pop-up Pish Posh presented by Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery as a synchronized project of FRONT f
With over 60 artists on view, Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery filled Pish Posh with art that traverses everything from surrealism to pop. Artists include Aaron Johnson, Bonethrower, Ekundayo, Hoxxoh, Lauren YS, Mark Dean Veca, Parker Day, Sarah Sitkin, Swoon, Trenton Doyle Hancock, and many more contemporary artists.
Miami muralist Douglas Hoekzema aka Hoxxoh created a site-specific installation that reminisces the nostalgia of running through a sprinkler as a kid. Hoxxoh created mixed media sculptures “Rain.Bird 1 & 2” to transform a typically lifeless office hallway into a canvas of splatter using the primary color triad: red, yellow, and blue.
“Rain.Bird”, a mixed media sculpture by Hoxxoh displayed in the splattered hallway
Window display of Jeffry Chiplis' neon light installation for Curated Storefront (curatedstorefront.org)
Cleveland recyclable neon sculpture artist, Jeffry Chiplis, created a window installation as a feature of Curated Storefront (curatedstorefront.org). Chiplis holds a BFA in sculpture from the Indiana University.