Pish Posh, an eccentric art pop-up to open adjacent of Akron Art Museum as a FRONT synchronized project

From July 12—September 29, Hieronymus and Superchief Gallery will take over the corner of a historic building in downtown Akron at 105 East Market Street to bring a radical art experience with the pop-up gallery, Pish Posh. Adjacent to the Akron Art Museum, the pop-up will include installations and gallery presentations open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5PM. Founded in 2014, Hieronymus is an art gallery inspired by the fifteenth-century painter Hieronymus Bosch. Known for his fantastical paintings, Bosch was a master of rousing both fright and delight. Sharing the same sentiment, Hieronymus will present an eclectic exhibition sure to shock and inspire. Hieronymus exhibited art in the Akron Art Museum’s highly popular 2017 exhibitions: Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose and Gross Anatomies. Superchief Gallery

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