P.O.P. Perceptions of Population

May 15 to June 12, 2015

Opening: May 15th from 6 to 10 pm

The internet has made it possible for global interaction to exist on a massive scale. Through this, we are able to witness cultural occurrences and differentiations that may not have been possible to witness otherwise.

P.O.P (Perceptions of Population) is an avenue of joining a group of artists together and offering a visual consciousness of how our geographical locations directly impact our impressions of the human population. These works on paper offer a range of thematics from satirical, political, philosophical, spiritual or emotional and represent the locals of the United States, Germany, Austria, Greece and Indonesia.
Exhibition curated by artist, Liz Mares.

Exhibiting Artists
Edwin Schäfer (Germany)
Bruce La Mongo (Austria)
Liz Mares (USA)
Ioanna Spanaki (Greece)
Targo Youwan Istanto (Indonesia)

 


 

 

 

 

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