Megan Hurdle and the Memphis Bowery head to New York for POP UP

Five Southerners bring their artwork to 168 Bowery for a pop up show on Friday and Saturday November 13 & 14.  Three painters, a photographer, and a sculptor, all from Memphis, comprise the group showing in the Openhouse space. 

Photographer Catherine Erband painter Megan Hurdle both have participated in group shows aroundthe South. They recently had a duo show in New Orleansand so enjoyed the experience that theyconceived ofa larger group show in another city.  Painter Margaret Munz-Losch,  who is currently showing at theAmericanVisionary Museum in Baltimore, is joining themalong with sculptor Eli Goldand painter Stephanie King.

“Between the five of us we have shown our work in a dozen cities. We wanted to take our group show to a new place, and New York will connect us to a vibrant art scene as well as a goodly number of expatriate Southerners,” said Hurdle. 

Viewing hours will be 10 am to 9 pm on Friday and Saturday with the opening reception on Friday from 6 to 9 pm. Expect great art and some Southern hospitality in the way of refreshments.