NorthPark Center’s Pop Up Project uses barricaded storefronts as a canvas to showcase the work of local emerging talents, according to NorthPark art programming manager Taylor Zakarin. Since the concept debuted in September, there are more works of art to check out:
“Shopping Center Still Life” by Stephen D’Onofrio
“He disassembles the classical composition of a still life, edging toward abstraction,” explains NorthPark’s communication team. “Through his collision and dissection imagery, he offers a critique of the hyper-commodified art object.”
This piece is located on Level One near Macy’s.
“Archipelagos Series” by Juan Alberto Negroni
“While working on this series, I was looking at Puerto Rico from a geographical and ideological distance,” Negroni says. NorthPark’s communication’s team says “Some of the collages suggest an abstracted representation of a bird’s eye view of an island, each seeming to float aimlessly atop the ocean’s surface, while others may suggest a removed depiction of Puerto Rico’s native vegetation… Negroni comments on the folkloric, preconceived, often-flawed ideas society maintains toward other countries and cultures.”
This piece is located on Level One in NorthCourt.
“Explosion of Identity” by Uplift Education
NorthPark partnered with Uplift Education to have twenty Uplift Scholars paint a mural depicting what identity means to them. Artists include: Jason Aleman, Elizabeth Bush, Crystal Crawford, Amy Cruz, Tatayana Deterville, Derrica Douglas, Cynthia Espindola, Alyieah Hubbard, Daja Johnson, Theresia LaFrance, Alicia Lopez, Courtney McClellan, Evelyn Medrano, Imari Nunn, Jayline Perez, Mia Salvador, RaGesa Sampson, Tiara Sulcer, Brianna West, Kennedy Wofford and Uplift Art Teacher Lauren Thompson.
This piece is located on Level Two behind the AMC Ticket Counter.
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