Arch Enemy Arts • 3 For 3 On The 3rd!

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Arch Enemy Arts is proud to announce the opening of three brand new shows to celebrate the gallery’s 3rd Anniversary. Imaginary Menagerie: Arch Enemy Art’s Guide to Cryptozoology Vol. 1, Stacked., and Full Bleed. All three shows will open during one event, a free and open to the public reception on April 3rd.

Imaginary Menagerie features brand new works by 22 artists including Naoto Hattori, Julie Filipenko, Erica Sanada, Kelly McKernan, Caitlin Hackett, and Philadelphia locals Caitlin McCormack, Robert Kraiza, Scott Kirschner, and Sean Talimini. For the first edition of what will become an annual AEA show, each artist was asked to create a depiction of a different legendary creature, and creating the sense that you are walking through a guidebook for mythical beasts. The full lineup includes works by 100taur, Boy Kong, Caitlin Hackett, Caitlin McCormack, Carisa Swenson, Carly Janine Mazur, David Natale, Erika Sanada, Heather McLean, Julie Filipenko, Keely Reichman, Kelly McKernan, Lara Dann, Leilani Bustamante, Maryanna Hoggat, Rebecca Yanovskaya, Robert Kraiza, Sean Talamini, Scott Kirschner, Hanna Jaeun, and Veks Van Hillik.

Stacked. is Arch Enemy Arts very first customization show: 9 artists were chosen and each sent a full set of blank, wooden matryoshka dolls to fully customize with paint, sculpture, or any medium of their choosing, resulting in 9 incredibly one-of-a-kind collectors items. The show features one custom set each from NoseGo, 64 Colors, Chris B Murray, Gia Rose, Jel Ena, Juliana Menna, Kristen Egan, Sean Talamini, and Sheri DeBow.

Full Bleed is Arch Enemy Arts’ first limited edition print show. Featuring 4 of our favorite print designers, Jeffrey Everett (Rockets Are Red), Mike Wohlberg, Grace Hwang, and Bruno Guerreiro, each artist will be offering 3 limited edition art prints for the show.

The AEA 3rd Anniversary Reception will take place Friday April 3rd, from 6pm - 10pm.

Arch Enemy Arts 3rd Anniversary
6 - 10pm
Arch Enemy Arts
111 Arch Street
Philadelphia PA

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Seeking to fill the need for a centralized hub focused exclusively on new contemporary genres within Philadelphia's already vibrant art scene, Arch Enemy Arts was founded in 2012 and quickly became Philly's freshest new venue dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established artists, both local and international. Located in Philadelphia's Old City Disctrict, and with an emphasis on lowbrow, representational, pop surrealism, photo-realism, decorative, figurative, urban, macabre and illustrative style art in a wide range of mediums, Arch Enemy Arts was chosen as Philadelphia Magazine's "Best of Philly"™ Best Art Gallery for its 40th Anniversary issue, voted the "Best Art Gallery in Philadelphia" on Philly HotList in 2013, and in 2012, and its shows and artists are regularly covered by some of the best, smartest, and most good-looking art and culture outlets in the world.
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