POP International Galleries ‘Collects for Cause’

Posted on: May 21st, 2020 at 5:08 am by

Hello Art Lovers! This one’s for you.

Starting tomorrow, and running through June 20, POP International Galleries (whose brick and mortar is 195 Bowery) will be presenting an online group charity exhibit suitably named “Collect for Cause.” The event will feature a mix of new and familiar faces.

From the POP Press Release:

No one should go hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic. With school closures, job disruptions, and health risks, millions of Americans will turn to food banks for much needed support. They can’t do it alone and you can help… POP International Galleries is pleased to present a group of talented artists in a very special online GROUP CHARITY EXHIBITION aptly titled “Collect For Cause”….Countless numbers of people who are food insecure, are sadly and disproportionately affected by Covid-19. “Collect For Cause” – along with the generosity of the artists represented – will support and protect those experiencing hardship and hunger by donating 20% of all sales from this remarkable exhibition to the astonishing organization, FEEDING AMERICA.

Below is the list of participating artists for the “Collect for Cause” exhibition:

  • Al Diaz
  • Antonio Reonegro
  • Claw Money
  • Craig Alan
  • Dom Pattinson
  • Fernando “SKI” Romero
  • Gillie & Marc
  • Jenna Morello
  • Mike “2ESAE” Baca
  • Remi Rough
  • Robert Mars
  • Ron English
  • Sean Sullivan
  • SEN2
  • Solus

Mark your calendars, grab what’s left of the stimulus money, and get ready to help feed those in need.

Stay safe.

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