6 Year Anniversary show
April 6th - 28th, 2018
Arch Enemy Arts is proud to announce our 6 Year Anniversary Celebration with an all-star season opening exhibition and party on Friday April 6th.
Located in Philadelphia’s premier creative hub, Old City District, Arch Enemy opening in April 2012 and quickly amassed a strong following through its emphasis on new contemporary art and was named Philadelphia Magazine's "Best of Philly" Best Art Gallery for their 40th Anniversary issue, as well as voted the "Best Art Gallery in Philadelphia" on Philly HotList in 2013, and in 2012. Arch Enemy also is responsible for producing several nationally recognized installations and pop-up exhibitions including Red Bull’s Art of Can outdoor gallery and projection mapping of Philadelphia’s city hall, co-producing and co-curating 2016’s critically acclaimed Truth To Power exhibition, and curating Bombay Sapphire’s Stirred Masterpieces series.
The Anniversary Show and Season Opener for Arch Enemy’s 2018 program highlights 28 artists from the global Arch Enemy family, including Alex Eckman-Lawn, Alex Louisa, Alexis Talia, Caitlin Hackett, Caitlin McCormack, Casey Weldon, Ðan Lam, Darla Jackson, David Seidman, Edith Lebeau, Gretchen Lewis, Jason Hernandez, Jessica Dalva, Kelsey Beckett, KiSung Koh, Maria Teicher, Matt Ritchie, Michelle Avery Konczyk, Naoto Hattori, Nick Sheehy, Nom Kinnear King, Paul Romano, Rachael Bridge, RELM, Sean Xenos, Scott Kirschner, Sergio Garcia, and Tracy Lewis.
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David Seidman"Sixth Circle" (2018)
digitally painted, printed as "digital original" (1/1)
mounted, varnished and hand embellished
16 x 20" framed to 19 x 26"
Caitlin Hackett"Endangered Carnivores" (2018)
watercolor, acrylic, pen & ink on paper
11 x 14"
Caitlin McCormack"Poison, My Doxy" (2018)
crocheted cotton string, glue, steel, pins, velvet, antique wood/glass box
10.25 x 14.25 x 5"
Michelle Avery Konczyk"The Remaining" (2018)
watercolor on paper, mounted to wood, varnished
29.5"w x 21.5"h
Sean Xenos"Feuillemort" (2018)
polymer, acrylic, wood
7.5 x 7 x 6"
*can be used as a functional planter