Tiffany Rodman Croquer: Interstice Six

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Every day, through Aug 11, 2 - 6 pm
PKULTRA Art Gallery Belltown (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
Free
All Ages
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"To christen PKULTRA Art Gallery's new alley exhibition system at the rear entrance to what was once Suyama Space, Sorbonne-trained pattern designer Tiffany Rodman Croquer created six new patterns for her friend, longtime Seattle artist and gallerist Paul Kuniholm.

 "Interstice Six" is a ten -part organizing principle that exhibits ten artists six small artworks on paper for a month.  Also in the space, Kuniholm also uses his newest brick-and-mortar atelier since the viral hiatus, as a work area for his own art.  His critically-acclaimed gallery form/space atelier exhibited several hundred artists work in a stairwell over a fifteen-year run.  

To hunt for this inspired venue, head south from Battery Street, on the alley, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.  Visualize the back entrance to 2324 2nd Avenue, Seattle WA 98121 THE BACK DOOR!" (Promo Copy)

PKULTRA Art Gallery

98 Clay St Seattle, WA 98121 Venue website

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