Holding an art exhibition at a construction site might seem impossible, but next week there will be a pop-up exhibition at a building lot in the Denver, Colorado RiNo Art District, named the “Drive-In: Personal Space Pop Up Experiment”. This one-night event will bring 13 artists and their vehicles together, with the vehicles serving as each artist’s exhibition space. Besides introducing their works, these artistic pioneers will also demonstrate the relationship between automotive utility and identity.
The artists include Amber Cobb, Graham Eschen, Tobias Fike, Kate Gonda, Caleb Hahne, Lucas McMahon, Dimitri Obergfell, Zach Reini, Nick Silici, Gretchen Schaefer, Laura Shill, Kristen Sink and Mario Zoots.
This “experiment” will offer very distinct styles of art, such as Amber Cobb’s feminist-themed art installations, Laura Shill’s impressive surreal works and Caleb Hahne’s collage art. Although the pop-up exhibition will run for just 3 hours, it’s worth a visit if you’re searching for an adventure of immense visual satisfaction.