9 Favorite Things We Saw at Art Detour 26
Lori Fenn showed work at "Twenty-Six" at Modified Arts.
We hit the streets for Art Detour 26.
The 2014 edition of the self-guided art tour featured 100 stops at galleries, studios, and pop-ups on March 8 and 9. And for all our pavement-pounding around Phoenix, our eyes were rewarded plenty. Here are our favorites: the 9 paintings, sculptures, and murals we're still thinking about.
See also: 13 Favorite Places to See Art in Phoenix
Lori Fenn was one of 26 artists featured in the James Angel-curated show "Twenty-Six." Her piece, an acrylic painting of a skull on resin and wood, is bright, Southwest-inspired, and easy to like -- the perfect beginning to Modified Arts' all-local exhibition from some of Phoenix's most notable creatives.
Becky Bartkowski King Kong ain't got shit on me! by Ishmael Dueñas, Thomas "Breeze" Marcus, and Joshua Rhodes was on view in a pop-up at Bragg's.
King Kong ain't got shit on me!
"The Stakes Is High" pop-up art show at Bragg's Pie Factory featured work from Thomas "Breeze" Marcus, Ishmael Dueñas, Adrian Dominic, and Page. Our favorite piece was a three-way collab between Marcus, Dueñas, and Joshua Rhodes, a.k.a. Subtle Takeover.
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