Monday, March 23, 2009
"Black Pop Surrealism" Exhibit at SICA Opens Friday, March 27th
If you live in NJ or near the Jersey Shore, you can see this exhibit at
SICA, The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts
BLACK POP SURREALISM
March 27 – May 1, 2009
SICA, The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, (20 Third Ave., Long Branch, NJ 07740) is proud to announce an exhibition “Black Pop Surrealism”, curated Jenn Hampton, the director of the Parlor Gallery. A reception: Sun., March 29; 3-6pm.
Gallery is open 1-5pm Wed, Thurs, Sun and 11am-6pm on Friday and Saturday.
The artists Ms. Hampton selected for inclusion are Booga, Kevin Bourgeois, Jason Bruntton, Amy Crehore, John Detrich, Kristen Ferrell, Heather Gabel, Gris Grimly, John John Jesse, Charles Kraft, Jessica Lawson, Otis Link, Francesco Locastro, Angie Mason, Tim McCormick, Sergio Mora, Mark Mothersbaugh, Charlie Ownes, Chris Peters, Michael Peters, Kevin Peterson, Michele Piano, Porkchop, Robert Preston, Ragnar, Celeste Rapone, Jack the Ripper, KRK Ryden, Pet Silvia, Nicole Steen (of the Pop Tarts), Tammey Stubbs, Donald Topp, Brian Viveros, Adam Wallacavage, Jon Watshak, Chet Zar, and Richard Zimmerman.
This show is made possible in part by funds from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, our members, and by the contributions of individuals like yourself. SICA is a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to establish a uniquely stimulating and creative environment in which to experience the contemporary arts. The primary goal of the center is to increase the general public’s accessibility, awareness and appreciation of the contemporary arts in central New Jersey. For more information on SICA, visit www.sica.org
SLIDESHOW of SOME WORKS in this Exhibit
I'll be showing my "Story of Lolita, Part Two" and "Snake Tamer's Ditty".
The Art of Amy Crehore