Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Philip Lique




Join us Saturday for the Opening of Conversation II: 7-9 p.m.

No Pop: 130 Park Street, 2nd Floor, New Haven, CT, 06511

Above Bubble & Squeak



As mixed media artists, we explore content that relates to the transformation of everyday materials from the funky to the subtle. For this exhibition, No Pop invites 15 artists to be in dialogue about salability as it relates to their individual art practices. We sell affordable work between $30-$1000. Buying art is an investment into a studio practice. We encourage first time as well as seasoned collectors to join us in this dialogue. This month's topic has two primary aims: to contextualize the scope of each artists ' work, and to sell art that relates to artist ethics. New Haven has enormous potential to grow culturally; you make it happen.

 Participating Artist includes Phil Lique
with Guest Chef:

Elise Dunphe (The Illusive Goat)


No Pop fosters the arching relationship between artist and patron, and we reassert value of the artists work in intellectual and monetary terms. The studio will proudly display a stock of works for sale: our aim is to sell books, sketches, prints, photographs, small models and sculptures, etc. that can inform viewers and establish relationships. As artists, Laura Marsh and Phil Lique, inform the community about creative needs by integrating the boundaries between exhibiting, living, producing, and teaching. Our philosophy embraces interdisciplinary artists who reference popular culture and provide social commentary. Much like our Pop ancestors, the studio provides the climate for production and collaboration. Also influenced by the Fluxus, we believe in the daily performance of making and experimenting. We've merged our Yale New Haven roots to form an intersection that's picking up traction to steadily overcome class and social boundaries.

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