The D’Aguilar Art Foundation is delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition of photographs by Greg Pesik. The exhibition will be open to the public on September 5th. A photographer and business entrepreneur, Pesik’s professional life has seen him travel the world and record his observations. The works depict landscapes and cityscapes bathed in the low light of mornings and evenings, also referred to as “the golden hour”. Pesik says of his work: “Photography and my work have been closely connected. It gives me a way of looking at problems from a different perspective. Just like motivating an organization towards a goal, I strive to illicit a feeling in a viewer, not just record an event.” Every September, we kick off the school-year with an exhibition intended for a younger audience and class visits. Email us to book your class visit More Info »
The D'Aguilar Art Foundation supports the Popop Junior Residents on a research trip to NYC to kick off their three month residency within POPOPstudios. During this week long trip, the artists see the major NYC museums: MOMA, MET, New Museum, Whitney, PS1; they travel outside of the city for a day at Dia:Beacon, and spend days exploring the smaller galleries and artist's studio in the Lower East Side. We had an incredible trip this year!
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We are in love with our newly acquired work by Bahamian artist, Sue Bennett Williams. This drawing is a part of a much larger series and installation by the artist and her son, the talented Jason Bennett, and was exhibited at POPOPstudios during Transforming Spaces in March of this year. The installation, which includes ceramics, drawings and collage, offers a glimpse into the wild spaces that Jason and Sue love to spend time in. This detailed drawing on its sumptuously mottled surface appears as though it belongs back in the woods in Washington state. More Info »