April 18-27, 2013 - Galleray premieres their inaugural exhibition in New York: P.O.P. IN PROGRESS (Prevalence Offering Potentialities).
Located at the cross-streets of Bowery & Rivington in NYC, this 10-day, pop-up gallery event exhibited over 200 works from 60+ Galleray.com artists, who represent over 15 countries and 30 cities worldwide. Works were presented in their original forms, print editions and digital formats.
P.O.P. IN PROGRESS focused on the thematic, stylistic and philosophical influences of the Pop Art Movement on contemporary artists and their works. The exhibition presented a diverse cross-selection of paintings, photographs, collages, sculptures, mixed media works and drawings across a variety of mediums (digital, canvas, video, projection, print, paper, sculpture); all in acknowledgment of how we have progressed our definition of culture and the potential for fine art.
For more information on P.O.P. (Prevalence Offering Potentialities) and the exhibition's themes, please read Galleray's exhibition essay at:
P.O.P. IN PROGRESS Featured Artists:
Steven Shores, John Aaron Frank, Luke Haynes, Doug Smock, Dan Bina, Nadine Boughton, J.M. Giordano, Lizzie Gill, Bobby Doherty, Nathalie Guinamard, JKB Fletcher, Marco Reichert, Alex Knell, Francois Chartier, Shawn Huckins, Atisha Paulson, Troy Gua,Ricardo Passaporte, Mowgli Omari, Pete Kirill, Stefania Fersini, Jason Bryant, Andriy Halashyn, Emir Šehanović, Adehla Lee, Allison Renshaw, Melissa Murray, Miklos Boros, Simon Monk, Gina Schiappacasse, Annabelle Shelton, Iñaki Bergera, Jacqueline Harriet, Carlson Hatton, Chris Hood, Justin Pollmann, Clare Britt, Cole Pierce, Colin McMaster, Simone Giordano, Keko Jackson, Brandi Strickland, Daniel Grant, Kevin Hayes, Melinda Laszczynski, Timothy Horjus, Maria Sundby, Debra Franses Bean, Vincent Glielmi, Juan Travieso, József Bullás, Hudson Hayden, Vincent Serritella, Carson Deyoung, Rusty Scruby, Rimas Simaitis, Travis Wyche, Michael Dotson, Melanie Vote, Dainius Sciuka, Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez, Luis Sanchis, Brian Pescador, Geoffrey Mac.
This short film, throughout its various parts, showcases every work exhibited in the show (over 200 works total). In addition, every pop culture reference and scene has been selectively curated and cut together for the purposes of the exhibition.
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