A craving for a more personal art-viewing experience pushes art into pop-up spaces and artists into uncharted territory.
Image: Daine Singer installation at Spring 1883 by artist Minna Gilligan. Photo credit: Carolyn West
From the contemporary Alopecia Gallery located in a gap in artist Gordon B. Isnor’s beard, to Hannah Jickling’s mobile gallery inside her trench coat, Coat of Charms, artists are creative not only in what they exhibit but also where they exhibit it.
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