NEWS

Ohio artists’ hyperrealistic and bizarre pieces complement UA Hieronymus exhibit at Emily Davis Gallery

October 3, 2019

By Anderson Turner, Akron Beacon Journal

 

Art collectors help to shape many of our visual art experiences. Through their unique and often visionary choices in what they choose to collect, they create a legacy of support for artists that ...more

 

Emily Davis Gallery Debuts Latest Exhibit ‘Stranger Beings: Hieronymus Objects & Other Curiosities’

September 26, 2019

By LeKesha ParkmanThe Buchtelite

In the making for over a year, the newest exhibit in the Emily Davis Gallery, “Stranger Beings: Hieronymus Objects & Other Curiosities,” opened on Sept. 23 and is now available to the public until Nov. 22.

Arnold Tunstall, Director of University Galleries, planned this new exhibit ...more

 

Transformer Station’s “I Sing the Body’’ surveys photographic interpretation of the human form

September 12, 2018

By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer 

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The human body is an artistic subject that never gets old, and never fails to inspire. It has been at the center of artistic tradition since the Renaissance, if not since the cave paintings of ...more

 

Pish Posh Closing Party

September 12, 2018

Cleveland Scene

Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery teamed up for a blowout pop-up, Pish Posh, in downtown Akron, Ohio with a roster of artists like Hoxxoh, Swoon, Bonethrower, David Dupuis, Jaybo Monk, Aaron Johnson and ...more

 

SUPERCHIEF AND HIERONYMUS OBJECTS FILL AN ABANDONED STOREFRONT IN AKRON, OHIO WITH ART

September 10, 2018

Juxtapoz

Triennial, a multi-city event that goes on until September 30th, 2018. Hieronymus Objects is a massive collection of artworks that resemble the work of 15th-century Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch, including work from Keith Haring, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, ...more

 

Art review: ‘Pish Posh’ pop-up gallery brings energy to downtown space

July 26, 2018

By Anderson Turner, Akron Beacon Journal

 

An “art happening” has been historically used to reference a moment in time, most often related to performance art, with the expectation that the audience will participate. 

In recent years, entrepreneurs have sought to engage clients and audiences by creating “pop-up” shops. This is particularly important at a time when ...more

 

Pish Posh, an eccentric art pop-up to open adjacent of Akron Art Museum as a FRONT synchronized project

July 12, 2018

ArtDaily

AKRON, OH.- From July 12—September 29, Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery will take over the corner of a historic building in downtown Akron at 105 East Market Street to bring a radical art experience with the pop-up gallery, Pish Posh. Adjacent to the Akron Art Museum, the pop-up will ...more

 

Review: 'Plunder Me, Baby': One artist's wild, defiant stand against the oppression of indigenous people

January 13, 2018

By Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times

As satire, Kukuli Velarde's work is both outraged and deliciously outrageous. The Peruvian-born, Philadelphia-based artist co-opts the forms of pre-Columbian ceramics to issue a postcolonial manifesto about identity and integrity. "Plunder Me, Baby," her show at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, is withering one moment, wacky the next, and ...more

 

Human body inspires ‘Gross Anatomies’ at Akron Art Museum

March 25, 2017

By Anderson Turner, Akron Beacon Journal

The human body, if you spend time staring at it, can be a fascinating thing. Countless artists from Leonardo da Vinci to Cindy Sherman have worked to explore not only the human body, but also the situations we choose to put our bodies in.

From the everyday to the fantastic, artists have sought to explore the unique reference that our own bodies create, simply by ...more

 

Akron Art Museum presents the weird, incongruous and grotesque with Gross Anatomies

February 4, 2017

ArtDaily

AKRON, OH.- The Akron Art Museum presents a menagerie of marvelous, fantastical, absurd and grotesque contemporary artworks with the exhibition Gross Anatomies, which opens Saturday, February 4 and remains on view through July 30, 2017. Gross Anatomies showcases prints, paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists whose work features grotesque ...more