Summer 18′ -Arch Enemy Arts: July 13th, 2018

Join Arch Enemy Arts this Friday, July 13th for 3 new show openings!
Doors will be open from 6-10pm

>> Dewi Plass // Passengers

>> Audrey Pongracz // Earthenware

>> and the Summer ’18 group show feat. new works from:
Alex Louisa, Sarah Joncas, Crystal Morey, Darla Jackson, Gretchen Lewis, Jason Hernandez, Joe Vollan, Paul Nebarra, Richard Ahnert, Robert Steven Connett, Shannon Taylor, Sheri DeBow, Thomas Ascott, Tracy Lewis, and Win Wallace

refreshments will be served // both solo artists will be in attendance

to request the collector’s preview for any of the above shows, email archenemyarts@gmail.com

Arch Enemy Arts • 109 + 111 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 717-7774
archenemyarts.com

Periodic Table of Elements -Arch Enemy Arts: May 4th – 26th, 2018 ​

Arch Enemy challenged 19 artists to each create a moment or tell a story using only one of nature’s most basic building blocks. Exploring what’s as valuable as gold, bromine used as a tool of greed and deception, or phosphorus’ ability to bring light into the dark, each artist created a single piece using their own signature style and medium to bring science and creativity together in 19 moments, perfectly designed for this world. The show includes new works by 64 Colors, Alan Brown, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Allison Sommers, Chris Leib, David Seidman, Dewi Plass, Jason Limon, Jason Mowry, Jessica Dalva, Joe Vollan, John Walker, Johnie Thornton, Michael Reedy, Nick Sheehy, Paul Romano, Rachael Bridge, Sean Xenos, and Sergio Garcia.

Arch Enemy Arts
109 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

https://www.archenemyarts.com

Imaginary Menagerie vol. 5 -Arch Enemy Arts: May 5- 27, 2017

Arch Enemy Arts • 109 + 111 Arch Street in Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 717-7774  • https://www.archenemyarts.com

Arch Enemy Arts returns with the 5th and final chapter of its highly acclaimed ‘Imaginary Menagerie’ series. The Arch Enemy Arts’ official guide to cryptozoology adds 16 additional artists, each using their own unique creative style to render and breathe new life into ancient legends and fabled mythological beasts.

Since April 2015, AEA’s Imaginary Menagerie series has seen nearly 80 artists including Naoto Hattori, Craww, Caitlin Hackett, Richard Oliver, Jessica Dalva, and Jeremy Hush each take on nearly 80 different fantastic beasts to complete our contemporary guide to cryptozoology.

Volume 5 rounds out the collection with the release of new works by Mab Graves, Happy D, Matt Gordon, Kelsey Beckett, Richard Ahnert, Bayo, Heather Watts, Joe Vollan, Kelly Vivanco, Kit Mizeres, Lauren Marx, Mono Cieza, Nathan Durfee, Sean Xenos, Shaun Beaudry, Steve Ferrera, and Virginie Ropars.