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Twenty-Six

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© Courtesy of Modified Arts
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© Courtesy of the artist and Modified Arts
Twenty-Six
Curated by: James Angel

407 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, 85004
February 21st, 2014 - March 15th, 2014
Opening: February 21st, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.modified.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Phoenix
EMAIL:  
info@modifiedarts.org
PHONE:  
602.462.5516
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Fri 9-5; 1st & 3rd Fridays, 6-9pm; Sat 12-4; or by appointment, scheduled by email
TAGS:  
varniedwork, fabric work, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

In honor of Art Detour's 26th year, James Angel continues his tradition of blockbuster showcases at Modified Arts, this time bringing together a group show of 26 of Phoenix's best artists.


For nearly a decade, pop-inflected painter James Angel has brought his best to Modified Arts during Art Detour for a solo show. This year, Angel has offered up the floor to some of his most talented friends and colleagues, spanning multiple generations and media in the Phoenix arts scene.


From the deconstructed realism of Colin Chillag's now nationally-recognized paintings, to the mixed-media commentaries of newcomer Amelec Diaz; the New York Times-profiled anatomic magical-realism of Monica Aissa Martinez, to the pop-inflected poetry of Kristin Bauer. Angel even delves into sculpture with the monumental, varnished work of veteran Pete Deise, and the fabric work of recent Phoenix Office of Arts & Culture grantee Ann Morton. Together, this show seeks to represent the eclecticism and power of the local scene during its Super Bowl: Art Detour weekend.

 

Participating artists: Colin Chillag, Timothy Chapman, Sue Chenoweth, Kristin Bauer, David Dauncey, Randy Slack, Carolyn Lavender, James Angel, Greg Esser, Steve Hofberger, Emmett Potter, Monica Martinez, Brent Bond, Lori Fenn, Kate Timmerman, Annie Lopez, Pete Deise, Casebeer, Christina Ramirez, Rick Toerne, Abbey Messmer, Ann Morton, Brian Boner, Jeff Falk, Amelec Diaz, Katie Hratko